International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc.
International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc.

International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc. with headquarters in the Port of Tampa, Florida, is ideally located for vessels trading in the south-eastern U.S., Central America, South America and the Caribbean. In a distance of 4 hours from the Tampa sea bay, there’s quick access to main shipping routes, as well as to CSX railway systems and theTampa International Airport.

International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc. started the shiprepairing operation of ocean-going vessels in 1973, and since the beginning it has gained a worldwide reputation for prompt, efficient, quality services with the support of their dedicated personnel. In 1997, the company expanded its comprehensive repair services to include conversion capabilities for the lengthening and re-powering of ships. In 2002 they added a fifth drydock (the largest floating drydock in Florida) and nowadays the company possesses the largest number of operational drydocks in Florida.

Main Facilities

Facility no. 1  - main yard

183 mFull Service area, 9.7m deep

Berth for vessels to238 m

930 Sq.m area

Machine Shop

465 Sq.m Materials area

Workshop

2320 Sq.m Outside area

Fabrication Area (Partially Covered)

150 Sq.m Equipment Maintenance Area

465 Sq.m Administration Office

167 Sq.m Production Offices    

Facility no. 2

305 mRepair/Lay

Berthing Area with water, electric, and phone services available

Facility no. 3

PreFabrication/Conversion Yard

183 mRepair Berth for repair of vessels to152.4 mwith complete services

Facility no. 4

245 mRepair/Lay Berthing Area with limited services available

Facility no. 5

152 mRepair/Lay Berthing Area with limited services available

 

Equipment

Shore Equipment

275 TonManitowocCrawler Crane

165 Ton Yard Crane

65 Ton Yard/Mobile Crane

60 Ton Grove yard Crane

Forklifts/Frontend Loaders

Higher Lift Capacity Equipment Available

7.3 mChevy Flat Bed

Specialty Trucks | Compressors

TIG & MIG Welders | Lathes, Iron Workers

Pumps up to 6″, Diesel, Electric & Air

Large number of Specialty Tools & Equipment

Additional Equipment Available on Short Notice

Floating Equipment

125 Ton 9260 American Barge Crane

125 Ton Grove Barge Crane

800 HP Twin Screw Tug Boat

600 HP Twin Screw Tug Boat

400 HP Twin Screw Tug Boat

200 HP Z DriveTug Boat

Deck Barge, 34m x 12m

Deck Barge, 27.5m x 9.1m

General Purpose Work Barges

Up to100 footlength class

Additional Equipment Available on Short Notice

 

Services

Audio Gauging | Boiler Repair or Complete Refurbishing | Carpentry | Coating Applications | Conversions Damage Surveys and Repair | Diesel Engine Repairs | Diving & Underwater Inspections/Repairs Drydocking | Electrical Repairs AC or DC | Electronic Repairs | Insulation | Locating & Purchasing of Specialty Items | Motor Rewinding, Repair or Replacement | Propeller Service | Pump Repair or Replacement | Refractory Replacement | Sewage Systems | Steel Fabrication & Replacement | Tank Cleaning | Traveling Repairs | Valve Rebuilding & Repair | Water Blast to 35,000 psi | Welding (certified)

Docks
 
Type Length [m] Breadth [m] DWT Capacity [Tons] Lifting Capacity [Tons] Crane [Tons] Notes
Dry-dock 10 141.0 38 (between wing walls) - 20,000 - -
Dry-dock 9/10 257.0 38 (between wing walls) - 36,000 - -
Dry-dock 9 136.0 38 (between wing walls) - 16,000 - -
Dry-dock 6 192.0 30 (between wing walls) - 12,000 - -
 
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