Next busy month in shiprepairs as the global economy is recovering from the stagnation caused by the pandemic. Currently, works are carried out on more than a dozen vessels in the docks and at the quays of Nauta, It is worth emphasizing that six of them are undergoing BWTS installation.
Busy end of the first quarter of 2021 at Stocznia Remontowa Nauta. One of the Owners ordering services in Gdynia is Polska Żegluga Morska (PŻM).
At the moment, two bulk carriers - Wicko and Raba are undergoing works. Onboard Wicko (length 190 m, width 23 m), a SS is being performed, combined with the installation of a ballast water treatment system. The second vessel, Raba (length 150 m, width 23 m) is undergoing emergency repair alongside.
Greek MT “Rose M” left Nauta shipyard after the third special survey and successful completion of BWTS installation. This 179.88 m long and 32.23 m wide oil tanker sails under colors of BENETECH SHIPPING, Voula, Greece
Today the next bulker of the Polsteam has been docked in Nauta’s SD I dry dock. This time the works shall be performed on board m/v Gardno built in 2018 (199.8 m x 23.7m)
Nauta is completing works on board MT Elka Elefsis, chemical tanker owned by the Greek shipowner European Product Carriers LTD. Apart from installation of the ballast water treatment system, the vessel has undergone the first Special Survey in one of Nauta’s dock.
NAVO MARE GMBH & CO KG of Haren, Germany is the next German Owner who has ordered docking services at Nauta.
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