Aegean Marine docks three

Three vessels owned by Piraeus-based Aegean Marine Petroleum Network (AMPN) have been sent for repair works to Gibraltar yard Gibdock.

The 7,000-dwt Aegean Princess (built 1991) had its aft mooring winch repaired while Gibdock also carried out work to its engine coolers and anchor cable.

Two AMPN sisterships, the 6,300-dwt Halki and Nisyros (both built 2010) were also drydocked in Gibraltar’s yard.

Halki had its bulbous row repaired while Nisyros had to change its main engine.

All three of the vessels operate in the Bay of Gibraltar.

AMPN’s  fleet consists of 65 vessels.

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