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Yachts

The yard has developed a design for sailing yacht of 55 m length over all and 11 m breadth  for commercial cruises for 12 guests in 6 cabins. This sailing yacht is intended for worldwide service and is specifically designed to enter ports with draught limitation.
The vessel is driven by high speed diesel propulsion engine, through reduction gear box, shaft-line and CP propeller (feathering type).

Modern two masted ketch rigs, alternatively one mast sailing ship – sloop type rigging – are provided. The fore and mizzen sail is furled and reefed inside the booms. All other sails are furled around their stays.
The masts and booms to be made of carbon or aluminium alloy. Masts are "on-deck" type. All three masts are equipped with hydraulic powered furling systems. Trough mast to be laid halyards and sheets for sails, cables for power, communication and other devices.
Masts are equipped with antennas for radar, navigation and communication devices; running lights and deck lights. Colour of the masts is white.

Various yachts, supperyachts and cruise vessels has been modernised/upgraded by the yard’s shiprepair department like WHITE ROSE OF DRACHS, ANNA, LA PERLA. Motor yacht SEA GULL II has been converted from a passenger ship originally built in 1952 as “Vladimir Nazor”, one of six vessels in series "The Poets." More than 50 years the ship was sailing the world as a passenger ship for 650 passengers. By general reconstruction the ship was converted into a modern yacht while retaining the retro-look and spirit of the early 20th century.