Fabrication, overhauls and paintwork for Greatship Manisha
Greatship Manisha, a multipurpose vessel operated by Greatship Group of India, measures at 93.7m long with a 19.7m beam. The vessel is currently being utilised for seismic projects and can be converted back to a PSV, at any time to accommodate other works.
Greatship Manisha docked for 14 days at Dales Marine Aberdeen where it received a full HP wash and paint work to the underwater and topside areas. The vessel has a rare underwater hull coating, named Intersleek 900, which is exceptionally smooth and slippery with a low friction surface that prevents organisms attaching to the hull, saving the vessels owner time and money at sea.
Whilst at dock, overhauls were carried out to the three forward thrusters, four main engines and fourteen box coolers from the engine room and bottom hull. Overhauls were also carried out to Greatship Manisha’s ballast, AC, Fire, FW, Bilge, Sludge, Fuel Oil and OWS pumps.
The vessel received further fabrication work and the d-fenders were replaced. Repairs and upgrades were carried out to various accommodation, the main and emergency alternators were cleaned and the forward windlass brake bands were dismantled and renewed.