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Drydocks World has established a reputation as a shipbuilder that provides quality workmanship at competitive pricing. The types of vessels built at the DDW-PaxOcean yards, which includes its volume ship building yard in Nanindah, Indonesia has built cement carriers, livestock carriers, offshore supply vessels, pipe and cable laying barges and tankers. The shipyards have the capacity to deliver an average of 20 vessels per year.

 

Cement Carriers ranging from 145m to 170m
and 20,200dwt to 30,000dwt
Livestock Carriers with pen size
of 8,000m² from 136.5m

 



Offshore Support Vessels ranging from
54m to 93m, 60 to 200 bollard pull, with UT780, IMT966, Conan Wu designs.
Other vessels include Diving Support Vessel, Maintenance Support Vessel, Platform Supply Vessel, Offshore Supply Tug, Subsea Operational Vessels, Super Heavyweight Construction Vessel and Topside Maintenance Vessel


Specialized barges include Cable Laying Barges, Pipe Laying Barges, Self Elevating Maintenance Barges ranging from 70m to 142m

 

Tankers include Clean Product tanker
and Double Hull Crude Oil Tanker

 

 

 



Dubai
 
The Dubai shipyard took to new building in 1994 and since then has seen a plethora of orders. The first is a 16,000 tonnes lifting capacity floating dock, constructed to supplement the yard’s own facilities. The yard built and delivered a 14,500 tonnes floating dock for Saudi Aramco in 2003.

This was quickly followed by several orders for tugs for Dubai Ports Authority, which was quickly followed other orders for pontoons, the suction dredger Umm Sequeim that is used by the yard, aluminium workboat and a line-handling tug. The yard progressively took on larger and more diverse assignments, such as a lube oil carrier, skiff boats, diving support vessels, pilot boats, harbour and anchor handling tugs, mooring launches, barges, bunker tankers and the 2000 tonnes floating crane for the yard’s own use. 

The yard has completed over 80 projects since its first new building project. The most challenging assignments include the world's largest offshore HVDC platform structure - DolWin beta, the Turret for Prelude FLNG and the Solan subsea oil storage tank. The New Building Division has constructed a series of sophisticated and modern X- Bow design seismic vessels.