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Crowley Government Services has awarded Seaward Marine Services, LLC firm fixed Purchase Orders to provide Diving Services on USNS PFC Eugene A. Obregon (T AK- 3006) and USNS SGT Matej Kocak (T AK-3005).
Posted on: 04/Apr/2018Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services would like to thank the Historic Naval Ships Association for having us at their annual conference which was held this year in Charleston, SC, and the Patriots Point for hosting the event. It was a first for us to set our booth up on the main deck of an aircraft carrier, the USS Yorktown, and we really enjoyed that experience. We'd like to thank all those who came by our booth this year, and hope that more museum ships will begin to utilize and count on our services the way our current museum ship customers have. Thanks again, and always looking forward to doing what we can to help you preserve naval history.
Posted on: 02/Oct/2017Cecil C. Achord
Posted on: 22/Sep/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services would like to give a big "Bravo Zulu" to two of its Norfolk based crews for the cleaning and maintenance work they've recently completed on the USS John Warner. Working from Seaward’s Norfolk based dive boat, the Coastal Pride, work began on the USS John Warner on the 26th of August and continued with continuous 12 hours shifts until the morning of the 1st of September.
First shift was supervised and managed by Bill Greenwood, with divers Mike Charles, Tim Russell, Nathanial Peterson, Mike Waters, Max Spruill, and Taylor Peterson. Second shift was supervised and managed by Frank Sedlack, with divers Tara Carter, Richard Conners, Steve Steiniger, Matt Shaw, Preston Edwards, Kevin Kirschner, and Dave Bruce. A job well done to all involved.
Nothing makes Seaward prouder than seeing this personal thank you from CDR Burt Canfield, Commanding Officer of the USS John Warner:
Posted on: 01/Sep/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services would like to thank the American Society of Naval Engineers for putting on the Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Syposium in San Diego, CA, and the San Diego Convention Center for hosting the event. Most of all, we'd like to thank all those who came by our booth this year. A big thank you to the port engineers for all the kind words in appreciation of what we do, and a special shout out to Len Santiago of the Museum Ship Midway for the many mentions in his presentation. Looking forward to the next show.
Posted on: 17/Aug/2017Cecil C. Achord
Posted on: 10/Aug/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services, LLC was awarded a firm fixed Purchase Order by Walashek Industries, to perform an underwater hull cleaning and ABS Underwater Inspection In Lieu of Drydocking on the Military Sealift Command vessel, USNS Lewis B. Puller (T ESB-3) .
Posted on: 17/Jul/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward's Norfolk Mobile Diving Unit 3 has successfully completed ICCP system repairs on the Battleship Wisconsin under the Underwater Maintenance and Repair Contract with the City of Norfolk. The scope of work included repairs to the fastener fairings, dielectric shielding, and waterborne replacement of two 8 ft. anodes and the applicable the electrical connections inside the ship.
Posted on: 06/Jun/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services, LLC Norfolk, VA has been awarded a firm fixed price Purchase Order by NRG Energy http://www.nrg.com/ to perform underwater inspections for Arthur Kill Power Station Staten Island NY. The scope of work includes underwater inspection and documentation of the discharge tunnel and four 54 inch diameter outlet pipes, discharge flume, Unit 2 and 3 Circulating Bays and Screen House Returns. Work is scheduled to begin April 17, 2017 and will be accomplished by SMS Mobile 4 from Norfolk, VA.
Posted on: 19/Apr/2017Cecil C. Achord
Seaward Marine Services, Inc. has been awarded a firm-fixed-price maintenance contract for the Battleship Wisconsin (BB-64). This contract was competitively procured through bid services with the city of Norfolk. The contract period begins in 2016 with options to renew for four additional one-year periods, ending performance in 2021.
The scope of work will include an annual inspection of all sea-chest blanks and stern tubes, and findings will be reported with supporting photographic evidence and recommendations for hull cleaning. When cleaning is required to thoroughly inspect the hull, it will be executed in accordance with NAVSEA S9086-CQ-STM-10/Chapter 081 utilizing the SCAMP platform. A bi-annual survey and cleaning of the impressed current (ICCP) system shall be performed in accordance with NAVSEA S90j86-CQ-STM-10/Chapter 19. Recommendations for repairs will be submitted to the city of Norfolk. Repairs approved by the city may include welding and/or underwater painting using Hycote, which is the only product in the world that has US Navy's approval for application underwater onto US Navy vessels.
This ongoing service is part of the city’s restoration plan to defer a costly dry-docking of this historic museum ship. We are proud to be a part of the effort to preserve this icon of our nation’s naval might, and we look forward to continuing our great working relationship with the city of Norfolk.
Posted on: 10/Nov/2016Cecil C. Achord