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Docks full of ships

In just a few days, three ships were repaired in the big dock - the ferry "Grbalj", the cruise ship "President" and the catamaran "Broč", while the luxury motor yacht "Novela" has sailed into the small dock. The ships all have different purposes, but they all have to welcome the new tourist season repaired and safe.
The ferry "Grbalj" sailed into our dock from Montenegro. Corrosion protection, that is, the cleaning of the hull, painting of its above-water and underwater parts and replacement of zinc anodes, has been carried out on the ship. The underwater Kingston valves have been inspected and works on the main engine and propeller shafts are being carried out. After its repair has been completed, the Grbalj will sail towards the Bay of Kotor where it performs the daily transport of passengers and goods.
The catamaran "Broč" is a passenger ship owned by the Linijska nacionalna plovidba d.d. private shipping company which performs the transport of passengers and goods along the entire Croatian Adriatic. For the repair of their catamaran, they hired our experts, who carried out works on the aluminium hull (fenders) as well as complete corrosion protection.
The "President" is a fashionably equipped ship for Adriatic cruises. During the summer, it takes its guests on a route from Split to Dubrovnik, stopping in Mljet, Hvar, Trstenik and Bol. This 47-meter ship has 20 luxury cabins, a dining hall, a lounge on the upper deck and a sunbathing area with a Jacuzzi bathtub. 7 crew members are at the guests' disposal round the clock.
Stabilizers and two new bilge keels were installed on the ship during repair and the required corrosion protection of the underwater and above-water parts of the hull was also carried out.
The luxury motor yacht "Novela", flying the flag of Malta with Trogir as its home port, has sailed into the small dock. The Novela was built in 2000 in the Italian shipyard "CBI Navi". It is 30.6 m long and 7.2 m wide. It is driven by two Caterpillar engines of 783 KW each and a maximum speed of 15 knots, that is, 12 knots during cruising.
Corrosion protection works are being carried out on the underwater part of the yacht's hull and two new stabilisers will also be installed, along with their accompanying equipment and underwater light fixtures.

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