- GLEN SANNOX has returned to Port Glasgow from a brief but essential stay at dry dock in Greenock.
- The vessel – one of two dual-fuel ferries being built at Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) – has spent three weeks at Dales Marine for essential works on its propulsion systems, seals and bow doors. She was also given a fresh coat of paint. The dry dock period is a normal and scheduled part of the build programme.
- Delivery is between March and May 2023.
- Sister vessel, Hull 802 is expected to be delivered between October and December 2023.
GLEN SANNOX, the first of two dual fuel vessels being built at Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) Ltd, has been moved to dry dock in Greenock to undergo a planned schedule of remedial work. The dry dock period is a major step in Ferguson’s revised programme to complete the two public sector vessels.
The ferry requires a remediation package of work, including replacement of the bulbous bow, paint repair, removal of marine growth from the vessel hull, and other work.
The repairs and rework were identified during the review of the condition of the two dual fuel vessels, conducted after the shipyard went into administration in August 2019, and are included in the programme review board report published in December 2019.
GLEN SANNOX is scheduled to return to the Ferguson shipyard at the end of August.
The shipyard is wholly owned by Scottish Ministers. It was taken into public ownership in December 2019.