If you are involved in ship repair and maintenance afloat or in drydock you cannot afford to be without Drydock Magazine.

About Drydock Magazine

Drydock Magazine is the world’s leading magazine for ship repair, maintenance and conversion; providing editorial quality, expert knowledge and insights in the ship repair market around the globe.

Offering comprehensive and in-depth analysis and comment on all aspects of ship repair, covering the global market and providing key focus on specific issues and areas of ship repair, Drydock talks to key decision makers across the industry. It’s heritage, authority and independence mean that it is read- and relied on- by senior management of ship owners, managers and operators, ship repair yards and equipment manufacturers and suppliers.

Drydock magazine is published quarterly with continuous editorial news and opinions available on its website.


Latest News

  • Biofouling under the microscope
    by Drydock Magazine on January 15, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    The international shipping community is facing several challenges which are preventing it from achieving the desired environmental performance, with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions being very high on the international sustainability agenda. One of the issues to tackle is the presence of excessive biofouling on ships’ hulls, which has a considerable adverse impact on [...] The post […]

  • Specialist drone and ROV services
    by Drydock Magazine on January 14, 2021 at 2:04 pm

    RIMS (Robotics in Maintenance Strategies) BV, an established class approved supplier of UAV inspections in the maritime industry have created Global Drone Inspection (GDI), to focus on the drone and ROV element of the business. GDI will sit alongside RIMS, but with a different service portfolio offering. GDI will provide all the services around inspections [...] The post Specialist drone and ROV […]

  • UECC is opening doors to a sustainable future
    by Drydock Magazine on January 14, 2021 at 9:53 am

    Those who have been following the development of sustainable shipping will recognize the UECC name. Those who have been following UECC will know why: with two duel-fuel LNG ships on the water and three battery-hybrid LNG vessels on the way, UECC is making investments that make it possible to see a path to sustainable shipping. [...] The post UECC is opening doors to a sustainable future appeared […]