The team provided the support efficiently and without drydocking/having to take the vessel out of operation. This was a significant step towards providing high-value-added services to customers whilst ensuring ships remain in operation, thus saving the company's money via avoiding dry dockings and the need to take ships out of service.
Harland & Wolff (Belfast, Northern Ireland) is bolstering its reputation as a large ship-repair facility that is open for business.
Now servicing P&O Cruises UK's ship Azura - the largest cruise vessel to have entered the Belfast shipyard, and at the quayside of Repair Dock, Harland & Wolff is also set to welcome the crude oil tanker Dorset Spirit (IMO 9780782, Canada-flagged) measuring 279+ meters in length. Sailing from Canada into the building-dock for repairs, this is the first time since the acquisition of the assets back in 2019 that a ship of this size will enter the Harland & Wolff Building Dock.