M.Y. Seawolf

58m Expedition Tug

Refit Period: December 2011 to April 2012, Delivered April 2012

Built in 1957 by J & K Smit; Holland.

The project work included: Haul out for class survey inspections; owners area interiors refurbishment; re-varnishing interiors, repaint of upper deck areas ( Awl Grip), engineering and systems work; Tenders, decking and on deck systems and plenty more. Integrated Marine Group was proud to have worked on such a superbly preserved piece of maritime history.


Repaint superstructure and aft section waterline to bulwarks, replace areas of teak decking, build and fit deck storage boxes. Modify lockers and equipment stowage racks.


Remodel the Media room, reconfigure pilot house and bridge deck to owner’s specification, strip and re- varnish all bridge. Galley and crew mess various modifications. Various woodwork and panelling modifications throughout the vessel.


Replace the fresh water distribution system section by section whilst vessel remained operational. Remodel watermaker system and other engine room systems. Overhaul and repair DC powered anchor windlass system. Main engine specialised servicing working in with specialists from our partner company in Europe, generator exhaust system modifications and generator servicing. Hydraulic systems overhaul, repair or replace many sections of engine room pipe work. Over haul tenders and improve electrical systems. Shipyard period for survey works list, tank cleaning, hull repairs and essential underwater engineering. Blast and paint corrosion areas on deck and around port holes.

In late 2023 our painters travelled to Spain to paint the hull and funnel for the client due to the very high standard of the paint finishes achieved in the New Zealand refit period.