Email: info@ceymaritime.lk

Madusanka Perera: +94777394818

Priyanga Fernando: +94772308887

Jehan Fernando: +94771008876

Yashodha Ramesh: +94779376672

Hull Cleaning Service

Maritime Service

Hull Cleaning Service
in Sri Lanka

Services

The most effective way to improve the overall fuel economy of your vessel is to run a regularly based cleaning program for the hull and propellers. Ceyline Maritime is licensed to perform commercial underwater and diving services, including underwater hull cleaning, propeller cleaning, ship repairs, ship maintenance, water surveys, and salvage operations.

Ceyline Maritime offers fully comprehensive underwater ship maintenance services at highly competitive rates. Our experienced aquatic engineers and diver inspectors understand the complexities of such work. Every service provided by us includes a detailed report with photos and videos before and after the tasks performed.

We have continued to develop various innovative procedures and equipment to carry out numerous underwater hull cleaning operations on ships. Our expertise in underwater engineering and repair, combined with expert diving services, ensures that Ceyline Maritime can offer flexibility and cost-effective solutions to all our clients.

Ceyline Maritime’s underwater Hull Cleaning services include:

  • General inspection of the ship’s hull before cleaning work  start
  • Hull Cleaning with cost-effective multi-brush system
  • Video and/or camera inspection of the ship’s hull fouling conditions before and after hull cleaning
  • Written report with photographs of the ship’s hull fouling conditions before and after hull cleanings

One of the biggest problems facing world shipping is, fouled ships hulls. Different species of marine organisms are attached to the submerged hulls of vessels. These marine organisms act by covering antifouling paint and creating a thick layer on the ship’s hull, which destroys and affects its optimal function.

Ship Hull Cleaning Services in Sri Lanka

The purpose of underwater hull cleaning is to remove that biological roughness or fouling. However, a build-up of marine fouling can lead to increased drag, resulting in a detrimental impact on a vessel’s hydrodynamic performance and hence the relationship between speed, power performance, and fuel consumption. In addition, fouling, particularly in the case of a prolific build-up of hard or shell fouling like barnacles or tubeworm, can cause turbulence, cavitation, and noise, frequently affecting the performance of sonars’ performance speed logs and other hull-mounted sensors.

Proper cleaning removes all traces of fouling and does not remove or damage the coating or cause any increased surface roughness. Underwater cleaning is performed either by a diver with brushers or by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) controlled from land.

Utilizing Piccard brush carts, our experienced and internationally trained divers and marine professionals are ready to mobilize on short notice and perform high-standard hull cleaning services to the ships in the Indian Ocean. In addition, we provide exceptional service in underwater hull cleaning and propeller polishing in Sri Lanka.

Underwater Hull Cleaning

Hull cleaning is performed in a few hours due to our Innovative Hydraulic Brush Carts, which can complete a job (depending on the ship’s size) in about 8 hours in daylight. Hull cleaning includes cleaning of Flat Bottom, Vertical Sides, Sea Chests Grids, and Rudder.

Underwater Propeller polishing

Propeller polishing is an operation in high demand. Careful monitoring of ship performance has shown a 10-20% power-saving achievement following propeller cleaning and polishing. After underwater polishing, bunker consumption savings of 3-8% can be expected

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We Cover All Commercial Ports in Sri Lanka

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Colombo (Head Office)

No 01, Alfred House Avenue,
Colombo 00300.

Hambantota

07th Floor, Hambantota Maritime Center, Mirijjawila, Hambantota.

Galle

No 50/1 B, Aluthpara,
Makuluwa, Galle.

Trincomalee

No.01, Thulasipura,
Trincomalee.

Madusanka Perera: +94777394818
Priyanga Fernando: +94772308887
Jehan Fernando: +94771008876
Yashodha Ramesh: +94779376672
General Enquiry : inquiries@ceyline.lk

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Maritime Services FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ports under Sri Lanka Ports Authority?

Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) is the state-owned operator of major commercial ports in Sri Lanka. Founded in 1979, SLPA currently operates ports in Colombo, Galle, Hambantota, Kankesanthurai, Oluvil, Point Pedro, and Trincomalee.

Is Sri Lanka now Open for foreign national crew changes?

Yes. Sri Lanka is now open for a foreign national crew change with the assistance and preview of the Sri Lankan government and PPP. (Private Public Partnership) Vessels arriving in Sri Lanka after cargo discharged/load or bunkering at any seaport in India are allowed for a crew change.

However, if any vessel entering after embarking Seafarers in India, then crew disembarkation in Sri Lanka will not be permitted.

All seafarers can arrive or depart only via charter flights, and foreign crew embarkation & disembarkation via commercial flights are still NOT permitted in Sri Lanka.

All seafarers must carry out PCR tests at the respective Isolation Centers (ICs) on arrival and be permitted to leave to join ship or flight only after receiving a negative PCR report.

No Shore Passes will be issued.

Are there any restrictions on the crew who embarked from COVID -19 high-risk countries or specific nationalities?

Unfortunately, commercial flights are yet to commence from Sri Lanka. Special Charter flights are operating from Manila / Doha to and from Sri Lanka, allowing the seafarer movement.

Are commercial flights available to / from Sri Lanka?

Unfortunately commercial flights are yet to be operated from , to Sri Lanka. Special Charter flights are operating from, to Manila / Doha to, from Sri Lanka allowing the seafarer movement.

Can Provisions supply be arranged in Sri Lanka at any port?

Yes. All ports and OPL in Colombo, Trincomalee, Hambantota, and Galle Port

What are the Ports where CMS Operates?

All major ports in Sri Lanka. Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee and Hambantota.