After the disastrous fire on 29 March 2019, White Wings was moved into our shed for maintenance. As the hull was wooden, the fire had gave extensive damage to the engine room.
There was also soot and smell in all cabins. Surfaces were exposed to chemical water-powder, as water had to be filled up to the deck level of the yacht to put out the fire.
10 months and the yacht was
Therefore, the engine room was completely dismantled first. Afterwards, dismantling and cleaning continued in all cabins. The maintenance and repair process, which coincided with the pandemic, took about 10 months and the yacht was completely rebuilt.
All engine room equipment (including main engine and generators) was newly purchased and installed. The living room and kitchen were redone. All cabin bathrooms have been rebuilt.
Rigging system and masts were completely renewed
Varnished areas of the yacht were scraped off and new varnish was applied. Rigging system and masts were completely renewed. The hull has been repainted and the superstructure has been varnished. The deck woods were removed and replaced with new Burmese teak. White Wings was handed over to its owner in June 2020, after a successfully completed major refit.
|NAME OF YACHT||White Wings|
|YEAR OF BUILD||1997|
|FDC REFIT YEAR||2019/2020|