Service@Incat specialise in the maintenance and repair of Incat fast craft worldwide.


Incat’s after-sales service is primarily supported through our Service@Incat department, which is available 24 hours a day and comprises a selection of dedicated and highly trained specialists who are able to assist operators with a full range of technical support.


Service@Incat offers the following services:


•  Purchase and supply of spare parts, materials and other miscellaneous equipment for craft in service.

•  Identification of and rectification of in-service design issues.

•  Technical consultancy service.

•  Mobilisation and management of teams of Incat Tasmania qualified tradespersons in conducting emergency repairs to machinery

    and craft structure worldwide.

•  On-hire / Off-hire craft inspection and surveys.

•  Pre-purchase inspections and surveys.

•  On-site project management support (superintendency) for scheduled dry dockings and surveys, emergency repairs to machinery,

    emergency repairs to hull and craft structure.

•  Craft repair specifications, dry-dockings, (detailed repair procedures and engineering support).

•  Reviewing of any proposed in-service modifications to ensure compliance with Classification and Port State regulations.

•  Change of Flag - issues and compliance.

•  Specialised surveys including thermographic, vibration analysis,


P: +61 3 6271 1333

F: + 61 3 6273 0932



Head Office & Shipyard:

Incat Australia Pty Ltd

18 Bender Drive, Derwent Park,

Hobart, Tasmania, 7009



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