Bay Ship & Yacht completes general maintenance on Ulysses, showcasing their breadth of on-site services for superyachts.
Alameda, CA, May 5, 2008 – Bay Ship & Yacht announced the completion of general maintenance to maximize the power and performance of Ulysses, a 192-foot black expedition luxury yacht built in 2003 by Trinity Yachts in New Orleans, for New Zealand businessman and billionaire Graeme Hart.
The broad scope of maintenance work performed on the Ulysses is another prime example of the extensive range of services and attention-to-detail that has made Bay Ship & Yacht a premier shipyard destination for superyacht owners and operators. Employing the attention to detail and high-end craftsmanship demanded by superyacht owners, Bay Ship's team of expert machinists, marine electricians, naval engineers and tradesmen conducted maintenance operations including:
- Keel cooler maintenance - Cleaning of potable water tank - Air conditioning pump refurbishment - Removal, repair and reinstallation of rudders, forward and aft stabilizers - Mechanical service maintenance and repair of seals, pump motors, engine and muffler - Engineering services to document draft repairs - Miscellaneous maintenance to provide to Lloyds of London Insurance
All maintenance work was completed on-site at Bay Ship & Yacht’s Alameda waterfront location, utilizing many departments and services. They provide dry-docking capabilities for large vessels up to 3000 tons and 120 meters (400 ft), a 1200-ton and 62-meter (200 ft) Syncrolift® with berthing for multiple vessels ashore, a machine shop, fabrication shop, pipe shop, joinery shop, paint shop, propeller shop, and a full service naval architecture and marine engineering department.