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Marina Trogir’s docks and servicing platform occupied by ships

That the seasons of ship development is at its peak and that ships are largely being prepared for the upcoming season is evident by the Marina Trogir’s crowded docks and the servicing platform.
Three Adriatic cruise ships – Corona, Mystic and Atlantic – have already been repaired and left the port for their ports of registry, whereas three ships of similar characteristics and field of activity – Admiral, Spalato and Fantazija – were drawn ashore with the aid of travel lifts.
Admiral and Fantazija will undergo development of underwater parts of the hull, with sanding and valves servicing. The same works will be performed on Spalato, but with additional removal of rudder and propeller shaft and the accompanying testing of bearing clearance.
During summer months, all three ships cruise the Adriatic coast from Split to Dubrovnik. They are of newer construction and have 19 cabins which accommodate about 40 passengers who can enjoy fashionably arranged lounges and spacious decks.
There is another cruise ship of the same capacity moored along the shore – Adriatic Pearl, which awaits relocation to the dry dock where in the following days it will undergo repair of the underwater part of the hull.
Large Dock 15 accommodates the Hrvat ferry on which repair activities continue. The Dock also accommodates Jadran, a fishing boat owned by Sardina d.o.o., a company for fishing and fish processing from the Postira on the island of Brač. The ship is being prepared for a five-year class of the hull and shaft which will be reassembled, as well as the rudder. Bearing clearance will be measured, servicing of submarine valves performed and, consequently, the underwater part of the hull developed.

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