Re-activating your cruise ships?
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We understand that preparing a cruise ship for reactivation after lay-up can be a complicated process even for an experienced technical department.
A thorough assessment of health, hygiene and safety risks is necessary to successfully reactivate cruise ships following COVID disruptions. From maintenance to sanitation and ventilation, restoring cruise ships to optimal condition after a prolonged lay-up involves a stringent checklist of requirements.
You will need support to streamline this process, easily select the right products and equip crew onboard with a complete inventory of essentials for reactivation of your cruise ships.
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Maintenance and Repairs
A prolonged period of lay-up may lead to rust and corrosion issues that will need to be treated prior to reactivation.
A clean environment is vital to safeguarding the well-being of the crew and passengers. Cleaning practices must be stepped up to maintain the cleanliness of surfaces onboard the vessel.
Deck areas and equipment lubrication
Following a layup, each piece of equipment must be relubricated, tested, and set-up on a maintenance schedule.
Maintaining a clean and hygienic environment helps reduce the risk of infection onboard.
Sewage treatment ensures proper regulation of waste and that sanitation conditions remain flawless for those onboard.
Ventilation and refrigeration
The cleanliness of air-conditioning systems is crucial to the health and well-being of crew and passengers onboard.
Maintenance and repairs