The Impressive Process of Moving Gigantic Ships into Dry Docks

The Impressive Process of Moving Gigantic Ships into Dry Docks

When a ship is placed on keel blocks, these blocks are placed so that they can take the full weight of the ship. Since these blocks are placed according to the structure of the ship's hull, they will be placed in similar positions each time the ship berths. This means that during the entire life of the ship, these areas of the hull are never blown or painted, these are the areas the ship sits on blocks. I've always wondered but never asked the question. Why don't they refloat the ship after it's been painted, the blocks no longer move to fit the painted areas of the hull, and then explode and paint those final areas. But this is never done because, as mentioned earlier, a ship has a huge underwater area that is never treated. Another vehicle partially engraved on the gold is not accepted, why is the ship considered as such

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