Docking

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Drydocking is a method used to remove a vessel from the water in order to inspect, perform maintenance, repair or make changes to its underside or the portion that is normally below the waterline. Most vessels are required to undergo a drydocking every 5 years. To prepare the dry dock, keel blocks are set into position.

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How cost estimation is done for a ship's dry-dock

One Year Preparation for Docking

Overhaul of Seachests and Valves

Quality procedures for Surface Preparation Painting

Preparing the ship for dry-dock

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