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Seaward Divers Complete Underwater Hull Cleaning on USNS STEPHEN W. PLESS for Keystone Services

Posted March 28, 2015
Written by Cecil C. Achord
Keystone Services awarded Seaward Marine Services the contract to complete the propeller and bow thruster cleaning and polish, sea chest cleaning, and forward hull cleaning for USNS Maj STEPHEN W. PLESS (T-AK-3007).  Seaward divers using the Diving Vessel "Coastal Pride" completed all work within a 3-day period including 4 hours of multi-brush hull cleaning of the ship’s forward hull sections (an area approximately 25,000 sqft).  The contract, based on best value and price, completed within the estimated time and was performed according to the requirements specified in the U.S. Navy Ships' Husbandry Manual Chapter 17 and Chapter 28, and the U.S. Navy Technical Manual Chapter 81.
 



PRE AND POST CLEAN CONDITIONS OF SEA-CHESTS


PRE AND POST CLEAN CONDITIONS OF PROPELLER


 

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