Grand Bahama Shipyard is resuming operations

Grand Bahama Shipyard, pictured in this file photo, escaped serious damage from Hurricane Dorian

Grand Bahama Shipyard will be ready to resume business Wednesday, following the passage of Hurricane Dorian.

No significant damage

‘There is no significant damage to the shipyard,’ said Graham Couser, VP sales and marketing for the yard.

‘However, the island has suffered badly with personal tragedies and major infrastructure damages,’ he continued. ‘As a business and community leader, it is our obligation to expeditiously return the shipyard, which has confirmed bookings for its docks and berths until the end of 2019, to full operation as soon as possible.’

Posted 10 September 2019

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