Keel laid for luxury motor yacht

14/10/13 - On October 14th 2013, in Brodosplit shipyard the keel is laid for luxury motor yacht that Brodosplit Special Vessel Shipyard is building for for the domestic shipping company Brodosplit-Navigation Ltd.

The 60 meters vessel will be able to accomodate 12 passengers in her six VIP equipped cabins and other public spaces on four decks, with 10 crew members. The luxurious cruise vessel is scheduled to be delivered at the end of the third quarter of 2014th.

Steel cutting process for Newbuilding 524

22/07/13 - At the Brodosplit shipyard, on 22nd July 2013, was started steel cutting for Newbuilding 524. It is a luxury passenger yacht for nautical tourism, contracted for the domestic shipping company Brodosplit-Navigation Ltd., based in Split.

The 60 meters vessel will be able to accomodate 12 passengers in her six VIP equipped cabins and other public spaces on four decks, with 10 crew members. The luxurious cruise vessel is scheduled to be delivered in 2014, when will be ready for tourist season.

This project, after three cruise ships built for US market in 2006-2008 and one luxury motoryacht in 2012 for Azerbaijan owner, represents further step forward for Brodosplit of building high class passenger vessels on the demanding world market.

"Arethusa" ranked world's best small cruise ship

21/03/13 - Passenger cruise ship ‘’Arethusa’’, built by the Brodosplit shipyard, was ranked the best among the small cruise ships in the world this year, according to the results of a vote among the readers of Conde Nast Traveler, a leading global travel magazine.

Ship has max draft of 3 meters, length of 59 meters, breadth of 10,68 meters and draught of 4,50 meters till main deck and sail with speed of 13,60 knots.

Hull 509, named "Arethusa", is the last one from the series of 3 ships that were contracted in December 2005 with American owner, company Grand Circle River Cruise Line LLC from Boston.

All three ships today’s sail 16-day cruise tour called "Hidden Gems of the Dalmatian and Greece Coast" from Split to Athens. 52 passangers, what is the total number of passengers that sail on these ships, are accommodated in 25 twin and two single cabins, all luxury decorated.

Brodosplit builds pillars for wind turbines

16/03/12 - Brodosplit-Naval and Special Vessel Shipyard (BSO) in January contracted the construction of pillars for wind turbines. The job for Spanish Acciona Windpower is being done in cooperation with Croatian company Tromont. Brodosplit-BSO is building the steel pillars, while Tromont is in charge of the inside equipment (lifts, cables, ironmongery etc.)

20 pillars, each with the height of 77 meters, 4,3 meters of diameter in base and 2,3 meters on the top are made of 32 steel profiles of different thicknesses and diameters The company has invested in new bending tool, thanks to which steel plate can be bended into cylinder profile in just 20 minutes. Due to their size, the pillars will be transported in three parts to the wind park on Jelinak hill above the town of Trogir, where assembly will take place.

Acciona Windopower, one of leading European companies in renewable energy sources, is the concessionary for the wind park on this location. The total installed power of the location will be 150 mW.

Keel laid for luxury passenger yacht

6/12/11 - On December 5th 2011, in Brodosplit shipyard the keel is laid for luxury passengers yacht that BSO is building for Laplain Management Ltd headquarted in British Virgin Islands.

The 60-metre vessel will be able to host 70 passengers on shorter relations on three decks and two luxurious saloons, while the owner and VIP guests will have some privacy in one of the three top-class cabins that can fit up to six people.

After three cruise ships built for US market from 2006-2008, this contract represents another step forward for Brodosplit Special Naval Shipyard on the demanding world market of high class passenger vessels. The delivery of yacht is planned in September 2012.

Delivery day of research vessel ‘’BIOS DVA’’ – Newbuilding 513

At the Brodosplit Naval and special vessels shipyard, on June 9, 2009 was delivered Hull 513 named “BIOS DVA”.This is a research vessel built for Institute for Oceanography and Fisheries in Split.

Her max draught is 3,3 meters, length 36,30 meters, breadth 8,15 meters and runs with motor of 895 Kw with 1800 revolution per minute, what will product the speed of 13,2 Knots. Vessel is equipped with sophisticated technology and modern laboratories for research of life at sea, as well as for oceanographic measurements and gathering of information that will be directly forwarded into the Institute Data base. She will be able to accept 6 crew members and 17 researchers.

Delivery and acceptance protocol on the side of the owner signed Mrs. Ivona Marasović, Director of Institute for Oceanography and Fisheries and Damir Arapović, Director of Brodosplit Naval and special vessels shipyard Ltd.

Also, she is carrying weather station onboard and is equipped with acoustic current direction gauge, navigation system, computer network with Internet access, ship’s navigation, probe for acoustic fisheries researches and measurements up to thousand meters of depth, hydraulic winches for sampling, cranes, refrigerating chamber and icebox for storing the samples.

Vessel will cover the area of Adriatic and Ionian Sea, and if necessary other parts of Mediterranean Sea, whose gathering of data will be of service for other countries including Montenegro and Slovenia.

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