The scampi trawler, San Aramand was recently on the dry at Heron Ship Repairs for the stripping out and full overhaul of the engine room. The vessel’s main engine and gearbox were removed and fully rebuilt. The hydraulic system was stripped down and fully serviced. The 23 metre trawler’s water-feed system was also upgraded and structural changes were made to the hull and seawater inlets. A new CAT generator was installed, and the stabiliser wings were removed to enable structural upgrades to make the system more efficient and robust. Engine room and hull got fresh protective coats of paint before all new components were reinstated ready for commissioning. San Aramand was freed back to the tide seaworthy and ready for work.