Fraserburgh Dry Dock (65m x 13m x 7m)


Specification: Shotblasing from the top of the mast to the waterline including inside of 6 x RSW fish holding tanks. Once shotblasting was finished, all surfaces were hot metal zinc sprayed followed by one full coat of 2 pack epoxy sealer, one full coat of 2 pack epoxy mastic primer, one full coat of 2 pack epoxy base coat and finished with one full coat 2 pack polyurethene finish on all surfaces above the waterline. Working deck surfaces received antislip coatings.
Inside RSW fish tanks were shotblasted, given one full coat epoxy mastic primer, one full coat 2 pack epoxy base coat and one full coat epoxy finish. All tank gratings were then fitted to walls and floors.
The vessel arrived in Fraserburgh during the first week of July and was completed in 6 1/2 weeks before departure for Denmark. The owner being totally satisfied with the very high standard of work.

The underwater area was UHP hydro blasted back to the bare metal before receiving a four coat TBT free, self polishing 2 year anti fouling system.

The engine and electrical rooms, store areas, inside whaleback and stability tank received steam cleaning, mechanical preparation and painting.

“The people were very friendly and worked 12 hours per day, 7 days per week and they took a lot of pride in the works they carried out. They used top quality zinc metallisation and paints, and even employed an artist for the finishing signwriting and artwork. We are 100% satisfied and would have no hesitation in recommending Peter Bruce to other vessel owners” 

Case Study – Pernille Kim