Piraeus Port Authority S.A. is pleased to announce the extensive repair of the Perama floating dock “Piraeus I” is being completed today, June 22nd. Upon its completion, all four existing docks are in full operation after the extensive maintenance works and all relevant permissions and certifications acquired by the responsible organization Hellenic Register of Shipping.
In addition, in November 2017, a new floating dock is expected to begin operations for ships with carrying capacity of 80,000 tons, length of 240m, inner breadth of 35m, lifting capacity of 22,000 tons and full crane equipment. The new floating dock supplements the existing infrastructure, aiming to attract more ships to the Perama Ship Repair Zone from the wider Mediterranean region and will give a boost to the Perama Ship Repair Zone by creating new working positions.
Brief description of the existing docks with full crane equipment:
- “Piraeus I” floating dock for ships with carrying capacity up to 40,000 tons, 202 m long, 31 m inner breadth and lifting capacity of 15,000 tons.
- “Piraeus II” floating dock for ships with carrying capacity up to 7,000 tons, 113 m long, 18,5 m inner breadth and lifting capacity of 4,000 tons.
- Large dry dock in Akti Vasiliadi for ships with carrying capacity up to 15,000 tons, 150m long and 21m inner breadth.
- Small dry dock in Akti Vasiliadi for ships with carrying capacity up to 3,000 tons, 90 m long and 13, 5 m inner breadth.