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A store for repair materials for hull, sails and rigging.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Maintenance performed according to a fixed schedule involving the routine repair and replacement of machine parts and components.

CAREEN

To turn a ship on its side in order to clean or repair it

DRYDOCK

A narrow basin or vessel used for the construction, maintenance, and repair of ships, boats, and other watercraft that can be flooded to allow a load to be floated in, then drained to allow that load to come to rest on a dry platform.

AWO

American Waterway Operators. The national trade association for the barge and towing industry and the shipyards employed in the repair and construction of these craft.

DRY DOCK

An enclosed basin used to place a ship on dry land so that all the submerged parts and fittings can be repaired.

SEA TRIALS

A series of trials done at sea to determine whether the ship has met the specifications of design, modification, or repair

BOILING OUT

The boiling of a highly alkaline water in boiler pressure parts for the removal of oils, greases, etc. prior to normal operation or after major repairs.

OVERHAUL

1. Major repair or maintenance job which includes disassembling and assembling of equipment unit or it's part. 2. Hauling the buntline ropes over the sails to prevent them from chafing.

CSA B-51 CODE

Canadian Standards Association Code for the Construction and Inspection of Boilers and Pressure Vessels. Its purpose is to provide for the safe design, construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing and repair of boilers, pressure vessels, and related equipment; and second, to promote uniform requirements among the Canadian jurisdictions.

REFIT

Repair and resupply.
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