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Two yachts in Dock 4

The arrivals and departures of ships, as well as the lowering and lifting of docks, is an everyday sight in the Trogir shipyard.
The Spalato cruiser was repaired and sailed out of Dock 4 freshly painted, while two yachts, Hitech Racing and Speedy T, sailed into the Dock for repair during the following ten days, so they can sail with ease this summer.
For the purpose of protection of the underwater part of the hull, corrosion protection works, propeller cleaning and replacement of zinc anodes will be carried out on both ships, whereas the Hitech Racing yacht will undergo a thorough overhaul. Along with the washing and cleaning of the underwater part of the hull and the propellers, the propeller shaft, hydraulic platforms, sea-water suctions, bow thruster, as well as the stern and underwater flaps will also be cleaned and inspected. If necessary, the flaps' stainless-steel cables and underwater lights will be replaced.
The Hitech Racing motor yacht, 23.95 m long and 6.56 m wide, is flying the flag of the Czech Republic. It was built in the Italian shipyard Dominator 2007. The yacht is driven by two Caterpillar diesel engines.
Speedy T is a 24.4 m long luxury yacht of the Mangusta 80 Open model. It was built in Italy in the Overmarine shipyard and its sophisticated exterior was designed by Stefano Righini. Three luxuriously furnished cabins are available for the enjoyment of six guests, with three crew members at their disposal.  
It can accelerate up to 28 knots during cruising and up to 33 knots during free manoeuvring. Its diesel fuel tank capacity is 6000 L, while its water tanks can hold up to 2000 L of fresh water.

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