We are pleased to receive in our yard in June a Thai bulker Thor Nitnirund, a young vessel in their fleet with 61,190 DWT built in 2016.

She visited us after some grounding damaged part of her hull. Many works required for high technique level had been done on her as propeller and shaft maintenance, rudder checking and cleaning, engine overhaul, pipes, and valves renew, repaint hull, steelwork, etc. More than 300 tons of steel had been replaced.

Successful completing to satisfaction of owners in pandemics time is also a commendable effort from our team.

Despite this is the first cooperation between us, the success from this project surely starting forming our partnership



The 74,000 dwt bulk carrier – S’hail Al Dukhan, has recently visited us for a repair project after her bottom bow area damage. This damage altered her plan, and time to carry out the repair jobs is the most critical to her schedule. Put aside other options, she put all her trust in Nosco Shipyard for this repair project.

Her main task of works is steel cutting and replacing along with other regular maintenance works. After 24 days of hard work and more than 70 tons of new steel replaced, we successfully brought her back to the sea with our pleasure.

We hoping this will be the beginning of a long partnership between us.

We are recently made an impressive record in February: 7 repairs projects successfully carried out by our technical team.

Pioneer Elite is the third vessels departed from our shipyard after finished 13 days of her repairs period. Her main request for this time is repainted hull and steel work, more than 20 tons of steel had used for her. All the jobs took place on the right way as expected.

Good bye Pioneer Elite. Wish you fair wind and calm sea!

We are always honored to serve VIMC, a company with long in Vietnam’s marine industry, for drydocking services and upgrades of their fleet.

M/V Vinalines Unity was the first vessel from Vinalines fleet that we have completed in 2021. This once again ensures a fruitful relationship between Nosco Shipyard and VIMC.

Thanks to VIMC for trusting and supporting us in many years that contributed to this successful survey.

Fairwinds and smooth operations our friends.

Maritime Lira, a chemical oil tanker visited Nosco Shipyard last month for her 5th intermediate survey and departed before Tet holidays and amidst new Covid-19 resurgence.Many of works had been focused on her during 21 days including outfittingrepainted hulltanks and propeller and shafting were clean up and upgrades, also new pipes valve system had been replaced. This project once again proves the #capability of our team.
All our employees and contractors had taken extra safety precautions and observed 5K advisory of the Government strictly (i.e., maskdisinfection, no crowd, distancing and medical declaration). Our local authorities managed to contain the spread within short period and our operations have been back to normalcy after Tet.

We are always happy to serve, wish you a new start filled with success and peace

Last Thursday (January 28, 2021), Pacific 07, a bulk carrier formerly known as Shrike, departed our yard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam). It’s interesting to note that she joined Vietnamese fleet few weeks ago before conducting survey at our yard. Thank you for your trust in our dedicated service. Her drydocking and survey was completed in 9 days.

We wish you best of lucks to conquer new challenges.

Sichem Marseille departed our yard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam) on New Year’s day (01/01/2021) after a brief 12 days stay for her survey and steel renewal.

Sichem Marseille is a Chemical/Oil Products Tanker comes from Bermuda. She was built in 2007 with 12,900 DWT and 127 meters long.

During her stay, around 20 tons of steel had been proceeded among other works.

We wish you all the best for next journeys hunting the sun.

Thanks for visiting Nosco shipyard and Happy New Year.


Hai Nam 88 departed NOSCO Shipyard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam) on December 21, 2020 after her first special survey.
This is the last ship from Hai Nam fleet visited our yard in 2020. She is a bulk carrier with 22,100 DWT and 147 meter long.
Good sailing. See you next time