Altair: Dry Docking & Ship Repairs

Ships these days cost millions of dollars to build and then occasionally, like everything else on the planet, they require maintenance too. This ship maintenance and repair happen in dry dock.

What’s Dry docking anyway?

Dry Docking Service is when a ship is taken out of the water completely to access those parts which are usually underwater. The dry dock is a structured area wherein construction, repairs, and maintenance of merchant vehicles are carried out.

SOLAS survey

At Altair, our unique construction arrangement allows water to be filled up in an area so that vessels can be maneuvered in and out of the area, comfortably.

As per Safety of Life at Sea, or SOLAS requirements, all merchant's vessels require a complete survey of the hull in a dry dock, twice within a five year period, and an intermediate survey within 36 months.

Alphard Maritime Dry Docking Service includes maintenance of:

  • Hull
  • Propeller
  • Rudder
  • Other parts of the ship immersed in water

Features of Altair’s dry dock facilities

Altair Marine Services operates out of its own workshop in Dubai Maritime City and is a sister concern of Alphard Group. Dubai Marine City is a 249 hectares Maritime City, strategically located between Port Rashid and Dubai's Dry-docks World.

  • Altair is recognized and accredited with an ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, OHSAS 18001:2007, and approved by all the major Classification Societies.
  • Our field of expertise is Dry Docking & Afloat Service, Conversion, Repair of Equipment, Components, and Fabrication across the Middle East.
  • Altair team consists of a highly professional and versatile ship repair team with over 1000 years of collective experience in various types of vessels. DMCC Dry Dock- 1 Lifting Capacity : 6000 T Length : 130 m Width : 35 m Dry Berth : 31 DMCC Dry Dock - 2 Lifting Capacity: 3000 T Length : 90 m Width : 25 m Dry Berth : 11

Our Clients

We have served and/or serving following major clients:

GBM (Shapoorji Paloonji Group), Oman

Star Cement, UAE/Bahrain – Aditya Birla Group

Al Hassanain, Bahrain

CMC, Qatar

United Ready Mix, Qatar

GPMC (end client QPMC), Qatar

Sea World (end clients Hyundai)

Rocks and Aggregates