Re-installation, after the overhaul, of the boat’s Kelvin engine and…

The engine arrives at Marina 4, in Glyfada. The crane lifts while Mr. Antonis Mpekatoros supervises.

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The Kelvin engine is ready for reinstallation.

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The engine is lifted in the air by the crane.

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The engine over the “Faneromeni”.

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The bilge is painted and ready and so are the engine supports.

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Mr. Antonis Mpekatoros removes the temporary engine supports used during the overhaul.

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“Lower, just a hair now… she is there, done!”

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“Lower, just a hair now… she is there, done!”

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The Kelvin engine is at last back in her place.

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The engine room is ready. The Onan AC generator is installed (fore left, in white casing). The ship’s main3 Kelvin engine has just been installed. We are now waiting for the modified deckhouse to complete this phase.

July 1992.

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The modified deckhouse arrives and is revealed.

July 1992.

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Vasilis Kalavrias, a friend for years, brings his crane to assist in these operations.

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The slings are in place, Vasilis Kalavrias operates the crane, and Mr. Antonis Mpekatoros supervises.

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The deckhouse hangs in mid air.

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“Vasili, you are doing fine, lower…”

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“Keep lowering…”

July 1992.

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