Ship Repair

Welcome to the new Ship Repair section, incorporated into shipandoffshore.net

In addition to the Ship and Offshore Repair Journal, the Ship Repair Newsletter is now also part of the Schiff&Hafen and Ship&Offshore family of the DVV Media Group in Hamburg. On this part of our website you will now find the latest news from the repair, conversion and retrofitting business.

Every Monday, you will find the most important news conveniently in your inbox. Please click here for registration!

Beyond that, more in-depth and technical background information can be found in the continuation of the Ship and Offshore Repair Journal which is being published alongside Ship&Offshore every second month.


Ship Repair

Vard to convert PSV into cable laying vessel

Norway’s ship designer, builder and conversion specialist Vard is to convert IT International Telecom Marine’s offshore platform support vessel (PSV) IT Infinity into a cable laying vessel. The 5,000dwt IT Infinity was built by Vard’s Brattvåg yard…

12.02.2024
Ship Repair

Walvis Bay-based Namdock busy with its bread and butter work – oil and gas support vessels

The west coast of Africa is not exactly over-subscribed with quality shiprepair yards to handle the vast array of vessel types that operate in this area year-round. These vessels include large and small fishing vessels from the various West African…

12.02.2024
Ship Repair

New German owners of S.A. Agulhas to spend USD55 million on conversion project

The new German owners of the former South African (SA) Government-owned polar research vessel, tuned training ship, S.A. Agulhas, Hamburg-based J*S Maritime Partners, is to spend USD 55 million on converting the 46-year old vessel into a ship that…

12.02.2024
Ship Repair

Turkey’s Sefine Shipyard busy with tanker repairs

Leading Turkish shipbuilder and repairer Sefine Shipyard, located in Yalova, had a very busy start to February with a total of eight tankers undergoing repair on February 7th. The vessels were as follows: Kolin 9 – 7,119dwt 2008-built product…

12.02.2024
Ship Repair

INS signs optimised maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä

The Republic of Ireland’s Irish Naval Service (INS) has signed a five-year optimised maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä for its fleet of four 90m offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) – LÉ Samuel Beckett (P61), LÉ James Joyce (P62), LÉ William B Yeats

09.02.2024
Ship Repair

Austal USA to build new shipbuilding and repair facility in Mobile

US naval shipbuilder and repairer Austal USA is to invest in a multi-million USD shipyard, with a shiplift and transfer system, next door to its current facility in Mobile, Alabama. Austal’s infrastructure expansion, which will be south of its…

09.02.2024
Ship Repair

NYK works with two domestic shipyards to re-engine its steam turbine-powered Moss-type LNGCs

Leading Japanese LNG carrier operator NYK Line is starting a major conversion project to convert its fleet of old steam turbine-powered Moss-type LNG carriers to modern, more fuel- and environmentally efficient dual-fuel diesel propulsion. The…

09.02.2024

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