Damen Harlingen repairs LNG carrier under gas
The Anthony Veder vessel ‘Coral Medusa’ has been repaired while under gas vapours from her last cargo, at Damen Shiprepair Harlingen.
The 118m loa, 4,000m3 vessel was subjected to its intermediate survey. The Van der Velden rudder, hub and propeller shaft were repaired and the tail shaft liners were replaced. The vessel was also repainted.
Three Damen yards in the Netherlands are certified to repai gas carriers that are not gas free: Flushing, Schiedam and Harlingen. The repair was the first project the Anthony Veder Group had undertaken with Damen Shiprepair Harlingen.
The Coral Medusa is a semi-pressurised, fully refrigerated gas carrier and part of Anthony Veder’s 30-strong fleet.
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