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The pounds 50million refit and the pounds 5million-a-year operating costs would have to be met from private sources or the Royal Family.
But Babcock last night said they had refit work for the next 10 years.
The Commanding Officer also took this opportunity to thank the Indian Navy for the successful completion of the refit. The event concluded by customary crest exchange between the ship and the chief guest.
Cammell Laird chief executive John Syvret CBE said the company was "absolutely delighted" to welcome the Fort Victoria back to Merseyside, following its earlier refit at the yard in 2009.
The contract for the refit and modernization of the INS Sindhurakshak (S63), a Project 877 EKM (NATO Kilo-class) submarine was signed in June 2010.
"The reFIT system finishes and insulates basements and interior spaces using less material, taking fewer construction steps and yielding a finished living space that saves on heating and cooling costs and that is comfortable and affordable.
Saga Shipping has chosen Swansea Dry Dock in South Wales to carry out a major refit to transform a 446-passenger vessel.
Bahrain had awarded the contract for the refit of the vessels --four 20m Dera'a Class boats and six 14 m Saif Class boats--in mid-2007 to ADSB after a stiff global competition at the bidding stage.
The refit, which employed 150 people, has taken six months.
The store, which had a pounds 700,000 refit, now features the group's new identity, The Co-operative.
Built and launched at Swan Hunter in Wallsend in 1981, the aircraft carrier has been away from frontline duties for two years and began the refit last June in Rosyth, Scotland.
The tiles, dating back to 1890 and denoting a traditional butcher's shop, are to be ripped out in a modernisation refit at Gosnay's of Saltburn.