The latest issue of DryDock is out now
The latest issue of DryDock magazine is now available online.
On the Line sees Rajendra Singh, Business Development Manager, Guyana Port Inc explaining how Guyana Port is upgrading its ship repair facilities
Area Review focuses on the Americas and features a busy summer at Seaspan, a dock modernisation in Puerto Rico, a Bollinger Shipyards acquisition, how maritime drones are taking off in the US and how Alewijnse is going to America
The Spotlight in this issue is turned on Cruise & Ferry and we hear about ferry repairs at Remontowa, a Cammell Laird cruise first and how the SMS Group has concluded its most successful year. We also look at how Trimline is improving marine outfitting logistics, a fast ferry turbo upgrade by Accelleron, and a propeller blade replacement by Berg Propulsion
In Analysis, we feature a shipboard carbon capture project first and the retrofitting of the FPS Maas with a zero-emissions hydrogen propulsion system
Mechanical Matters takes a look at a double first for Subsea7, how Christiania Shipping is optimising fuel consumption, two Schottel propulsion upgrades and a fast shaft repair solution from MarineShaft
In Focus sees Dr Dan Isaksson of I-Tech discussing how to introduce Selektope into marine antifouling coatings and APC getting its first approval from Shell
Worldwide features a ship repair roundup, with updates from Colombo, A&P, BLRT and Navalrocha
The issue concludes with latest News from around the world.
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