A fire incident transpired within the galley area situated on the port side of this vessel, which resulted in damage to the immediate vicinity surrounding the stove. Consequently, the deck head lining within this specific area necessitated removal. Furthermore, there was smoke damage to the soft furnishings throughout the entirety of the vessel, as well as the dispersion of dry powder from fire extinguishers throughout the vessel.
To address these issues comprehensively, we executed a thorough cleaning process, diligently removing all soot and dry powder residue from every affected area. Subsequently, we took measures to safeguard the vessel’s flooring by placing protective materials once the cleaning process was successfully completed.
In instances where restoration was deemed infeasible, such as with the head linings directly above the galley areas or the cabinetry surrounding the stove area, which was the point of origin of the fire, these elements were promptly removed. It is important to note that all items removed from the vessel were meticulously documented through photography and detailed records.
To mitigate any residual odours, we applied a deodorizer to all areas of the vessel. Furthermore, we implemented a dehumidifier, a HEPA air scrubber, and a negative air machine to enhance air quality within the vessel, ensuring that any lingering issues related to the fire incident were effectively addressed.