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Gillingham Marina - Major Projects - Royal Nore  
Royal Nore is the prestige royal and diplomatic launch for London. She is a Nelson 61 vessel, built by Tough Brothers, in 1971, with GRP hull and wooden superstructure. In late 2006 Gillingham Marina redesigned the vessel and undertook a ‘life extension programme’ for the owners, the Port of London Authority.

This comprehensive programme included: Removing the superstructure and deck; undertaking osmosis treatment of the underwater hull; redesigning and rebuilding the galley and upper saloons; installing new engines, generator, hot & cold fresh water and heating systems; providing a complete new wiring, electrical and electronic systems; constructing a new superstructure; re-decking and repainting.

The project was successfully completed to the MCA’s regulations for passenger ships, in time for the PLA’s 2007 events programme.
   
Superstructure        
   
         
Galley        
   
         
Saloon & Wheelhouse        
   
         
Dining Saloon