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Overhaul capacities filled up

The ship ARNE, registered for transporting general cargo, entered the Trogir shipyard.  This 6540 tonne ship was moored along the newly launched Novogradnja 325, i.e. along the outfitting quay, where a modification of the fuel system will be carried out and this presumes a partial change of the piping, the inspection and repair of the corresponding valves and the cleaning of two fuel tanks, each with a volume of approximately 100 m3.
The ship was constructed in 1998 in the Dutch shipyard Bijlsmar. It is owned by the German maritime company MS "Marnebord" Schiffahrts. It sails under the flag of Antigua & Barbuda. It is 134.50 meters long, 16.50 meters wide, and it has a draught of 7 meters. It is driven by a four-stroke Wartsila engine with the power of 5280 KW and it can attain the speed of 14.5 knots, and the motor system also consists of two auxiliary Caterpillar engines with the power of 350 KW.
The employees working on ship repairs will need around two weeks to modify the fuel system, after which Arne will sail towards its commercial route.
Currently docked are also the motor yacht Mustique, and the 30-meter passenger tourist ship Vilma.
The Mustique motor yacht entered port for an annual inspection, including anticorrosion work on the underwater hull. For this purpose, the underwater hull will be washed and painted, and the zinc anodes will be replaced. The two propellers and the two propeller shafts will also be inspected.  The ship will remain in dock for 2-3 weeks, and after that it will enter the new tourist season completely prepared.
The Mustique luxury yacht is 54.86 meters long, 10.05 meters wide and it has a draught of 3.20 meters.  There is room for 12 guests, continuously cared for by 12 crew members. It was constructed in 2005 in the American shipyard of Trinity Yachts. It is managed by the Titan Fleet group, the owner of a large number of luxury ships.
Protection of the underwater part of the hull will be carried out on the Vilma tourist ship. The underwater part of the ship will be washed and painted, and the zinc anodes will be replaced.
The ship has 13 air-conditioned cabins, a 200 m2 sunny deck, a pool and a Jacuzzi. During the summer, 28 passengers can enjoy a seven or fourteen day cruise from Rijeka to Dubrovnik.

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