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Colombo Dockyard’s repair sector busy with tankers and dredger


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.Colombo Dockyard has been providing required repair support to regional owners as well as international ship owners over the past four decades, operating in collaboration with Onomichi Dockyard Co. Ltd. since 1993. The shipyard has been successful in serving the regional and international owners’ requirements efficiently, gaining the confidence of the ship owners. 

The shipyard has been busy with repairs to tankers: MT. Desh Bakt owned by Shipping Corporation of India (SCI), MT. Sanmar Sitar owned by Sanmar Shipping Ltd., Chennai, MT. Hari Leela owned by Ind-Aust, Mumbai and MT. Barujora owned by Fuel Supplies Ltd., Maldives, along with Dredger Volvox Delta owned by Van Oord Ship Management Bv. 

The tanker Desh Bakt an Afra max tanker with LOA 244.00/Beam 42.00 and DWT 113,928 is accommodated in the drydock No. 04 with capacity up to 125,000 DWT. The two tankers MT. Sanmar Sita LOA 183.00/ Beam 32.20 and MT. Hari Leela LOA 182.90 Beam 32.20 are accommodated at the repair berth double banked after undocking nearing completion of repairs. The dredger Volvox Delta LOA 117.2/Beam 21.70 DWT 8,098 is accommodated at repair pier after completion of her drydock repairs in Dock No. 01. 

Colombo Dockyard’s odyssey of excellence continues providing superior quality full-service repair facilities at one of the strategic locations in the maritime map.  

 


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