Welcome to our shiprepair yard in Dunkerque
Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque’s (DSDu) high level of expertise has been achieved by more than 50 years of experience, with the yard established in 1968. We are ISO 9001 certified, and our size allows us to perform repair and conversion work on oceangoing and offshore vessels up to 294 metres in length. Over time, we have developed a particular focus on shortsea vessels (such as ferries, RoRo and RoPax), dredgers and offshore vessels. Due to our strategic location, ferry operators have become frequent customers of DSDu and rely on our capable workforce. Safety and quality are our priorities. Our HSEQ Department has ample resources to ensure permanent project coverage, leading to the timely completion in a manner that is both safe and in keeping with the agreed standards.
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Vast experience in markets including transport (ferries and RoRo), dredging, offshore and oceangoing vessels.
|Berths||Length||Beam||Max. draft||Lifting capacity||Cranes||Cranage|
|Berth Douvre||329 m||—||10m||—||1||50 t|
|Berth Panama||320 m||—||7.5 m||—||mobile||—|
|Berth Suez||220 m||—||8.5 m||—||mobile||—|
|Docks||Length||Beam||Max. draft||Lifting capacity||Cranes||Cranage|
|Graving Dock 5||107 m||15 m||6.2/5.0 m||—||mobile||—|
|Graving Dock 6||310 m||50 m||9.7/7.5 m||—||1||50 t|
|Graving Dock 3||180 m||34.1 m||6.9 m||14,000 t||2||12.5+12.5 t|
Why choose Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque?
A modern and well-equipped 22,000 m² workshop with the right precision tools for any job.
33,000 m2 of space
If a project is particularly complex, the yard has 33,000 m2 available for long stays.
Expert engineers experienced with a diverse range of Ballast Water Treatment installations.
Hatch cover treatment
Possibilities to perform blasting on the quaysides for hatch cover treatment etc.
Docking & Jack-ups
Decades of expertise in the offshore industry (both renewables and oil & gas), with the possibility to dock or jack-up rigs.
Inert gas/dual fuel
Options to enter the dock using inert gas or powered by dual fuel engines.