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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. Its 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

  • Boomsma Shipping installs two eConowind Flatrack...
    by Drydock Magazine on January 21, 2021 at 3:28 pm

    Some eight months after signing the contract COVID-style, Boomsma Shipping has now installed its first two eConowind VentiFoil wind-assisted propulsion units. Even with the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, both companies worked closely together to manage the installation during a port call in Harlingen. The Dutch flagged Frisian Sea, a 6477dwt general cargo vessel has [...] The post Boomsma […]

  • A ship caisson makeover
    by Drydock Magazine on January 20, 2021 at 1:20 pm

    In May 2020, the ship caisson for No 3 dock in Brest, France was subject to a technical shutdown and needed a total makeover. The 420m by 80m wide dock with a draft of up to 10.1m is one of the largest in Europe, and makes it particularly interesting for larger cruise vessels. Belzona’s Authorised [...] The post A ship caisson makeover appeared first on Drydock Magazine.

  • Tilt-able rotor sail first
    by Drydock Magazine on January 20, 2021 at 10:26 am

    The two 35m tall Rotor Sails are estimated to reduce fuel consumption, fuel costs and emissions by as much as 25%. Norsepower Oy Ltd, the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, has successfully installed two 35m tall Rotor Sails for Sea-Cargo, a leading logistics provider in the North Sea market. This installation heralds [...] The post Tilt-able rotor sail first appeared […]