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Cruise Ship Refurbishments Are Keeping Grand Bahama Shipyard Busy This Year

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With so many new cruise ships coming out at any given time, it may be easy to forget that the existing fleets are being refurbished along the way as well, and Grand Bahama Shipyard Limited is one of the busiest maritime facilities contracted for such purposes in the world. For 2016 alone, it has 20 cruise ship refurbishments scheduled at its three floating dry-docks, many of which have already been completed.

Among the ships serviced this year are ones from Azamara Club Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Fathom, Holland America Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International and more. Remarkably, major overhauls are completed at the shipyard in weeks when a new ship takes years to be built originally. Notable ones already completed include the Azamara Journey (pictured in midground above), Fathom’s Adonia and the Liberty of the Seas from Royal Caribbean (pictured in foreground above).

READ MORE: Shipyard Tour: Royal Caribbean Puts the Finishing Touches on New Harmony of the Seas

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