In dry dock SD I in Gdynia based Nauta Shipreapir Yard repairs have recently been done to product and chemical tanker Assos, belonging to the Greek shipowner Capital Ship Managemant. Nauta performed the second class renewal repairs. The scope of works included, among others, maintenance, painting works and standard modernization of the ship systems and equipment. Assos is a tanker, adapted to the transportation of chemicals and oil products. The unit has a high ice class – 1A. The vessel is more than 180 m long and over 30 m wide.
Capital Ship Management (Capital) currently operates a fleet of 59 vessels including 39 tankers, 3 modern bulk carriers and 17 container vessels. The ice class fleet managed by Capital is one of the largest in the world.
Nauta also completed the repairs of Polish Steamship Company’s handy-size geared bulkcarrier Mazury on April 19. It was the ship’s second class renewal. The ship was built in 2005 in Chinese yard Xingang. It represent the same series as Kociewie, Szczecin and Wadowice II serviced at Nauta over several recent months.
Nauta has also recently completed repairs and maintenance works of the 274-metre long crude oil tanker Advantage Spring, including docking in SD II (larger of the two graving docks of the former Gdynia Shipyard) hired from Crist shipyard. The ship, featuring 156,597 tonnes deadweight capacity also changed its name during stay at Nauta yard – it was previously named Reef.