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TLC R&R is a marine engineering company that works with many well known large yachts, shipyards and established ship management companies.

We offer a complete engineering package equipped to carry out mechanical, hydraulic and electrical projects to the highest standard.

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Current Projects

We successfully commissioned two new large side accommodation ladders on a 126m M/Y in Antibes. We also installed these ladders and getting them to a commissioning stage involved a significant amount of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic re-design. It  also required multiple mechanical and hydraulic parts fabrication by R&R.

We completed the work on the 72m M/Y in ITM Shipyard in Marseille on time. This included removing the 9 tonne stern door, welding and line boring new hinges, rebuilding the stern door hydraulic rams, removing and overhauling the foredeck hydraulic light mast, rebuilding the light mast hydraulic ram and installing a new retracting cable reel for the light mast.

We are currently commissioning the main tender cranes on a 61m M/Y in Hamburg. We completely overhauled the two sliding beam cranes, built a new electrical control panel and supplied a new programmable control system for the cranes.

We are currently carrying out several projects on a new build 92m M/Y in Antibes. These are shipyard warranty works which we have been asked to carry out on behalf of the shipyard.

This time of year when yachts are cruising we can attend emergency breakdowns and callouts at short notice. So far we have visited a 70m M/Y in Mamaris and a 60m M/Y in Naples.

Finally we are also supplying spare parts to a lot of our clients. We can obtain competitive prices on mechanical, electrical and hydraulic spares. If you require spare parts or have a part that requires sourcing then please contact us. 

 

Posted on 13 Jul 2010 by Mark Rudd
Current Projects

Multiple projects were completed on the 96m M/Y in ITM Shipyard in Marseille on time and we also completed lots of extras at the request of the shipyard all on time.

The work on the 66m M/Y in Anitbes was completed on time. This included work on the passerelle, stern door, two shell doors, foredeck cranes and the foredeck hydraulic light mast.

I have dynamically load tested the rescue boat crane on a 47m M/Y in Marseille. I am in the process of setting up our own load testing and lifting equipment testing department in time for the end of the Mediterranean season. Watch this space.

We are curently completing work on the 72m M/Y in ITM Shipyard in Marseille including removing the 9 tonne stern door and aligning the hinge points, overhauling the stern door hydraulic rams and overhauling the foredeck hydraulic lightmast and hydraulic ram.

We also have to commission the main tender cranes on the 61m M/Y in Hamburg. We completely overhauled the two sliding beam cranes and supplied a new programmable control system for the cranes. This will be done when the vessel is out of dry dock.

Posted on 27 Apr 2010 by Mark Rudd
Current Projects

Well its that time of the year again. The work is coming in fast and furious prior to the Med. season commencing.

We are currently undertaking refits on a 92m M/Y in Marseille a 66m M/Y in Antibes and a 61m M/Y in Hamburg.

We are also due to start work starting week 11 on the transom door and lightmast of a 72m M/Y in Marseille.

Posted on 12 Mar 2010 by Mark Rudd