45M Superyacht ‘Pamela V’ Completes Refit at Oceania Marine

The 45M Superyacht ‘Pamela V’ has just completed a 12 week refit at Oceania Marine‘s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand. The project included topsides, superstructure and underwater painting as well as engineering, survey and other works.

45M Superyacht ‘Pamela V’ Ready for Re-launch at Oceania Marine, North Shipyard, Port Whangarei

The size of the project was challenging given the time available and all credit goes to Cameron (Cam) Powell, Oceania Marine’s Coatings Supervisor, and his team who, once again, pulled out all the stops to produce a great result. He comments:

“I am pleased with the result and so is the skipper. We can set the paint projects up really well here at the shipyard especially using the facilities available in Refit Shed A and it shows in the quality of the finished job. We actually finished this project in 11 weeks, one week quicker than planned, which I attribute to our to our great team and project management skills”

Oceania Marine Coatings Supervisor Cameron Powell

 

MY ‘Pamela V’ was built by Hakvoort in the Netherlands and delivered in 2011. She leaves Port Whangarei to continue her time in the South Pacific with a private cruise to Fiji and Tonga

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