Harland & Wolff was founded in 1861 by Sir Edward James Harland and Gustav Wilhelm Wolff, we operate one of the largest dry docks in Europe. Belfast is one of only three shipyards in the UK large enough to undertake complex defence projects. Previously, monitors and cruises were built, including HMS Glorious for the First World War. During the Second World War, six aircraft carriers, two cruisers and 131 naval ships were formed and 22,000 vessels repaired.
Including bulk carriers, tankers, drill ships, ro-ros, passenger ferries and FPSOs. Integrating extensive facilities with a large engineering capacity and strong project management enables us to offer a ‘one stop shop’ with a highly focused, client-centric approach.
With direct deep water access and 1,800m of quayside space, our Belfast shipyard welcomes a wide variety of vessels and structures. The site boasts a vast main drydock and two 140m ‘Goliath’ gantry cranes. Within the 30,000m2 covered fabrication halls, up to 100-250 tonnes of structural steel can be handled per week.
Star Sea Management Private Limited is providing exclusive Manning & Crewing Services for its Foreign and Indian shipping clients with equal tie-ups with Ship Owners,Ship Management Companies or Owner’s Representatives and Managers.