We are exclusive agents for the following shipyards:
We are authorized agents for the following shipyards:
Founded in 1825 by Captain Alison Davie, it was the beginning of a long and rich history. Since its inception, Davie has built over 700 vessels, from steamboats to diesel-electric oilfield services vessels with advanced dynamic positioning systems and naval vessels with complex combat systems.
Davie has built, converted, repaired and upgraded almost every form of vessel, rig and offshore platform including tankers, bulk carriers, containerships, fishing vessels, ferries, naval vessels and jack-up and semi-submersible drilling and production platforms.
With its strong engineering disciplines and fully integrated, self-sufficient fabrication facilities, Davie’s versatility has enabled it to leverage the best practices and transferable skills acquired from two centuries of shipbuilding to provide products and services for industries including natural resources, rail, hydro-electric and nuclear power, defence and more.
CANADA’S LARGEST GRAVING DOCK
At 351m, the Champlain Dry Dock is Canada’s largest graving dock. The Champlain Dry Dock is 36.57m wide and was fully refurbished in 2001 at a cost of over USD 12m. The dock is serviced by elevators and a variety of fixed and mobile cranes and can be used for both repair and construction projects. A channel connecting the Champlain Dry Dock to the main shipping channel on the St. Lawrence river provides a safe passage for vessels of all descriptions. The dock is equipped with a central gate which allows two vessels to be docked at any time (194.5m in the inner section and 147m in the outer section).
LORNE DRY DOCK
The Lorne Dry Dock is found on the west side of Davie located just in front of the corporate head offices. At 182.95m long and 18.89m wide, the Lorne Dry Dock is well suited to the repair, maintenance and conversion of narrower vessels such as surface combatants, coast guard vessels, tugs and so on. The Lorne Dry Dock has a pumping time of 3 hours and is therefore able to quickly turnaround incoming vessels. Dedicated covers for the Lorne Dry Dock are on site and can be positioned over the dock on rails to provide protection for weather-sensitive tasks.
Well equipped to serve small and medium-sized vessels, Irving Shipbuilding Inc. (ISI) operates one of the finest ship repair facilities on the East Coast of North America.Our Shelburne Ship Repair facility is ready to serve your small and medium-sized vessels from our convenient location on the southwestern coast of Nova Scotia on the Atlantic Ocean. The yard has marine railway capable of lifting 3500t and can be sub-divided for two different vessels.
It also has 752m of wharf available with a draft of 9.1m and can accommodate vessels up to 229m along side. All our facilities are certified members of ISPS and operate 365 days a year.
ISI’s largest facility and head office site, Halifax Shipyard provides a complete range of services for newbuild up to 115m and ship repair for vessels up to Panamax size.
East Isle Shipyard
Home to our high quality tug-building facility, East Isle Shipyard’s advanced technology and skilled labour force have helped make our Reverse Tractor Tugs a worldwide success story.
As one of Canada’s leading offshore fabricators, Woodside provides you with a full range of construction, modification and maintenance services from its deep-water quayside facilities.
Mec Shipyards, is located at the Pacific Entrance of the Panama Canal.The facility consist of a slipway, with craddles capacity up to 100 meters in length and 25 meters in beam. Also they can sustain up to 2,000 Light ship tons of weight.The winch has a bollard pull certified up to 37 tons and tested up to 42 tons. The yard has up to 12 positions for vessels of different lenghts and beams, and a transfer system to located the vessels on the more than 15,000 m2 of yard area.
Services – Structural Steel Repairs
Vessels Attended – Passenger
CL Marine Limited Caribbean Dockyard is a leading Ship Repair Facility, ideally located on the Western Coast of Trinidad and Tobago in the Western Hemisphere. Shipyard is a major provider of ship building, ship repair and conversion OF Tug Boats – Barges – Ro/Ro Container Vessels – medium size LPG Vessels – Chemical and Crude Tankers – LPG Tankers etc. – mechanical, fabrication and installation, electrical and machining activities, provides deep water berths, fabrication facilities.
|NAME||DRY DOCK TYPE||LENGTH (M)||WIDTH (M)||DRAFT (M)||LIFTING CAPACITY (T)||CRANE (T)|
|No.1||Floating||230||39||9||23000||2 x 16|
Complemented by comprehensive and reputable workshops with a large and skilled workforce, the shipyard is fully equipped to handle ship repair works for all types of vessels.
CL Marine Limited acquired Caribbean Dockyard & Engineering Services Limited (CDESL) and its group of Companies in July 2006. The Facility has been in existence for over 100 years and situated on 26 acres, with excellent facilities, including a floating dry dock, pier 5 – 182 metres (long) by 18.3 metres (wide), pier 4 – 122 metres (long) by 18.3 metres (wide).
VT Halter Marine’s Repair facility is located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Bayou Casotte, Port of Pascagoula. It has unobstructed access to the Gulf of Mexico. Their centrally located yard, professional management and skilled craftsmanship make VT Halter Marine Repair the right choice for all your repair needs. A full service repair yard with modern facilities.