Volt Air Marine Engineering Ltd

VAME’s Chief Mechanical Engineer Jacob recently packed his bags and flew out to Santander to provide engineering support to one of our valued customers following the breakdown of one of their vessels which had suffered a main engine failure. Whilst working on the vessel, Jacob was asked to remain on board and sailed with the vessel to various ports providing maintenance support, before arriving in Lisbon. There, Jacob was joined by two more of our engineers, Will & Rick who had driven to Goole in Yorkshire to collect a gearbox for the same vessel. The guys then drove through the night and day and delivered the gearbox to the ship in Lisbon some 48 hours later. The team then removed the Ships engine/gearbox and reinstated the new engine and gearbox through the night and following day.  After successful sea trials Jacob sailed with the Ship to Naples in Italy. In all, Jacobs adventure lasted a total of 15 days. We noticed his skin was the same colour on his return as it was the day he left. This demonstrates there is no better sun tan lotion than engine oil.

Well done guys. A tough job with an excellent outcome.

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Volt Air Marine Engineering Ltd (VAME) is a highly experienced electrical and mechanical engineering company based in North Wales and operating across the UK and Western Europe.
Volt Air Marine Engineering Ltd has been operating in the commercial marine industry providing all aspects of engineering support since 2001. We are a team of multi-disciplined and accredited electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and marine automation engineers offering a wide range of marine engineering solutions.

In recognising the demands of the industry, VAME offers a 24/7 service to its customers.
Our engineers are experienced in working with many different models and types of engine systems including Volvo Penta, Scania, MAN, MTU, Deutz, Baudouin, Caterpillar, Cummins, Beta Marine, Doosan, Perkins, Iveco, Bonning Automation, Scana Ma, Bosch Rexroth, Kohler Marine and Mitsubishi. Read More