Comarco completes
quayside upgrade

Comarco has recently completed an upgrade of the quay facilities at its private port facility in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa, Kenya.

January 2014 - Mombasa, Kenya

Comarco completes quayside upgrade

Comarco has recently completed an upgrade of the quay facilities at its private port facility in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa, Kenya.

A concrete hardstanding comprising a slab of 300 mm reinforced concrete has been laid on the quayside, a new Kobelco 7250 250mt crawler crane purchased, fenders replaced and maintenance dredging carried out both alongside and along the approaches to a minimum depth of -7.5m CD.

Comarco can accommodate vessels, both geared and ungeared, up to 120m LOA and max draft 7.0m at its facility.

The photos below shows officials from British Gas and Comarco taken after a short opening ceremony in December 2013 in time for the arrival of the first PSV, the Stanford Buzzard, seen coming alongside the Comarco Berth on January 3rd 2014.

The Sunbird - 1 well was spudded offshore Kenya on January 6th 2014 and the offshore campaign is being conducted out of the Comarco Supply Base.

British Gas and Comarco officials after a short opening ceremony.

Stanford Buzzard, seen coming alongside the Comarco Berth.

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