Falcon -- Boston Ship Repair is considered a "Current Tenant" under the basic concept of "Last Legal Use" -- they are the last entity [outside of possibly some people "unofficially occupying" the site] who paid the city rent on the site. Probably about 15 years ago [circa Gulf War II] or so when they did some ship repairs in the Navy's big Southie drydock*1Funny how they call Boston Ship repair a current tenant. That building has had broken windows and been completely vacant for at least 3 years. Always wondered what would become of it.
- 65,000 tons displacement capability
- Length: 350.5 meters (1,150 feet)
- Breadth at the top of blocks: 38.1 meters (125 feet)
- Breadth at the top of dock: 45.4 meters (149 feet)
- 12.2 meters (40 feet)
- Up to 65 tons
- 360 degree coverage
- Steam, water, electrical service and sanitation hookups
Meeting the demands of our customers for a quick turnaround, without sacrificing quality, is what allows Boston Ship Repair to stay ahead of the competition.
- 40,000 square feet
Located next to the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in Boston's South End, the drydock is only seven miles from open sea with no air draft restriciton.
*2The South Boston Naval Annex, Massachusetts (USA), vertical aerial photograph, taken in May 1958. A large number of ships are present, among them twenty Reserve Fleet escort aircraft carriers. Identifiable ships are USS Norfolk (DL-1), at left at the end of the wharf extending from the drydock and the aircraft carrier USS Antietam (CVS-36), in the lower left. Of the mothballed ships, the follwing are identifiable: Upper row, beginning with the fourth escort carrier from the left: USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74), USS White Plains (CVE-66), USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81), USS Hoggart Bay (CVE-75), USS Mindoro (CVE-120), next to the dry dock, USS Dayton (CL-105), USS Suwannee (CVE-27), USS Chenango (CVE-28), the destroyer next to the pier is USS Charles J. Badger (DD-657). Lower row from the left: USS Salerno Bay (CVE-110), USS Gilbert Islands (CVE-107), USS Marcus Island (CVE-77), USS Manila Bay (CVE-61), USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69), USS Sargent Bay (CVE-83), USS Shipley Bay (CVE-85), USS Savo Island (CVE-78).
Northeast Ship Repair is comprised of Boston Ship Repair and Philadelphia Ship Repair. Since 1995, our east coast facitlities have provided personalized services for domestic, international and government customers. We are committed to provide vessel maintenance, repair, overhaul and conversion services that is unsurpassed in the industry. We work tirelessly to improve upon both our facilities and our capabilities in order to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers.
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Falcon -- HUH??WTF...Are you talking about!? The building is and has been empty for 5 years. There is NO tenant. The ship yard HAS been occupied for several years. They are not developing the ship yard...they are developing the brick building on the edge of the property.
Did you know that there are active ship operations there? The building has remained empty with a red X on the door for several years.
Falcon -- not to get too too deep into the SeaWeedsYes, the dry dock/repair dock. I assume we are saying the same thing with different terminology! The Navy still sends ships here, I did not mean the Navy itself controls it. Routinely the hospital ships and the Navy cargo ships are in for repairs here. The small building you mentioned is a pump house though? It appears more like a 2-3 story former brick office building. I believe it sat next to 24 Drydock which was torn down several years ago.
Haha Falcon isnt talking to himself- you've all just "ignored" Whigh. I actually learned something since he had some good on-topic contributions in there!^So bizarre having a convo between accounts...
Anyways, I like the shuttle to and from Dudley to here.