JMC Limited just completed drydocking of AIDAmira on Genoa Italy

Written by JMC Staff


AIDAmira undergoed successful drydocking from 30th of October until 26th of November. She was transformed from being a Costa Cruises vessel (M/V Costa neoRiviera)

JMC Role was to make pre-docking survey prior the dry-docking with advisory support on SOW, and total supervision of all surface treatment and hull works during the dry-docking.

JMC limited was presented by P.Gabrielsson, K.S Bach, IJ Kim and YH Chung. AIDAmira went into many repairs such as Superstructure full repainting and also addition of all the AIDA logos and decorative painting. The Topside was fully removed of existing coating system and then build-up up of new anti-corrosive system and top coating.

The spot repairs were done on vertical bottom of existing silicone system.

On flat bottom spot repairs were also done and finally, extensive tank paint repair of Grey water tanks, Black water and engine auxiliary tanks.



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