Cruise & Ferry Review - Spring/Summer 2023

123 Vigor Seattle, USA Vigor’s facility in Washington is primarily used for boutique and midsized cruise ships and has three dry docks between 161 and 195 metres in length. It also has 12 cranes with a lift capacity of 150 tons and more than 900 metres of space across six piers. There are 15,800 square metres of covered fabrication and workshop space. Vigor’s repair teams move between the Portland and Seattle sites. CARIBBEAN Damen Shiprepair Curaçao, Willemstad, Curaçao Damen Shiprepair Curaçao is located en route to the Panama Canal and conducts vessel maintenance, repair, refit and conversion projects. The facility can accommodate vessels up to 280 metres in length. The yard has three berths with lengths of 200, 275 and 500 metres, and two docks with lengths of 280 and 192 metres. Each dock has a crane with lift capacities of 75 and 25 tons. Grand Bahama Shipyard Freeport, Bahamas Dry docks at the Grand Bahama Shipyard can accommodate vessels up to 300 metres in length. There are three cranes at the docks, two with a lift capacity of 38 tons and one with a lift capacity of 17 tons. Its deep-water berth has a depth of 14 metres, as well as shoreside cranes with maximum capacities of 64 and 31 tons. It also offers hull fabrication, pipe fabrication and pump and valve overhaul. Grand Bahama Shipyard Freeport, Bahamas Vigor Seattle, USA Seaspan Victoria Shipyard Victoria, Canada Vigor Portland, USA Detyens Shipyards Charlestown, USA BAE Systems Jacksonville, USA Seaspan Vancouver Drydock Vancouver, Canada Damen Shiprepair Curaçao Willemstad, Curaçao