The December issue of DryDock magazine is now live
In this issue, Face the Facts features an interview with Colombo Dockyard’s new MD/CEO who looks to provide dynamic and visionary leadership to take the company on a sustainable path in the future.
In On the Line, MacGregor explains how drydocking pre-inspection can provide an increasingly powerful means of ensuring a successful drydocking and help avoid future pain,
The Spotlight in this issue is turned on Germany where Schottel looks at the importance of proper planning of modernisations, retrofits and overhauls and MAN Energy Solutions has developed engine concepts for reducing methane slip.
Area Review is focussed on the Americas where we learn how ABS is reducing risk through maintenance management, and we hear about new yards, yard acquisitions and yard upgrades.
In Focus continues the Americas theme with applications by OnAim Conservation, Ecospeed and GIT.
Stuart Fuller, Market Liaison & Product Manager for Engine Oils in the Marine & Power division of TotalEnergies, provides insight and thoughts on the key drivers shaping the evolution of marine lubrication in Market Intelligence.
In a Cruise & Ferry Update we hear how Palumbo, Trimline, Tallink Grupp, Kongsberg Maritime, Wärtsilä, Foreship, Halton Marine and ABB have recently upgraded cruiseships and ferries.
Mechanical Matters features a 3D-printed propeller being classed by ABS, a proof-of-concept thruster remanufacture project and an improved propeller efficiency solution from Wärtsilä.
Analysis looks wind installations on even larger vessels, and an innovative project to retrofit a crew transfer vessel with hydrogen fuel cells.
Worldwide takes a look at the next generation of hull-cleaning robots and features the renewal survey of an ONGC drill ship by Hindustan Shipyard.
News features the latest products, appointments and repair news.
Read these articles and more in the latest issue of DryDock magazine