Asuka II Gets Scrubber Tower as Drydock Progresses

Asuka II in Drydock

The Asuka II has been in drydock since mid January in Singapore for a major refurbishment, including the addition of an exhaust gas cleaning system for the 1990-built ship.

 Asuka II Drydock

Asuka Cruise said the drydock has been progressing well, as a new hull paint is being applied along with various technical work and interior upgrades, as well as the successful installation of a scrubber tower.

Asuka II Drydock

The drydock is scheduled to take 60 days, according to the cruise line, which serves the Japanese market with a five-star, luxury cruise product.

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