As you would expect from a leading traditional shipbuilder, T. Nielsen & Company specialises in maintenance of many boats it has restored, as well as looking after a range of commercial and passenger vessels.
Vessels return each winter for annual maintenance, preparing them for the season ahead. Activities range from planking, electrical work, painting, varnishing and caulking, through to engine winterisation and dry, heated storage of items which could be damaged through the winter months. Many owners also find this the perfect opportunity to make any modifications or alterations to their vessels.
With dry docks, alongside berths, large workshops and undercover storage, T. Nielsen & Company is ideally placed to manage your maintenance. A small selection of boats we maintain is featured below. To find out more about how T. Nielsen & Company can assist in your maintenance programme, please contact us.
Wooden Narrow Boat 'Gort' in our small dry dock after routine maintenance works.
Trinity House MV Mair in dry dock for a survey, repaint and fitting of a side-scanning sonar.
Halcyon, the beautiful classic yacht, in the large dry dock having the final preparation for full paint on topsides and varnish.
MV Conway Castle, the largest passenger ship on the River Severn, leaving the small dry dock after inspection and maintenance.