Croatian shipbuilding is flying thanks to the high profile contract wins secured by the Brodosplit Shipyard. Established in 1922, the shipyard is increasingly focussing on the luxury, cruise and military vessels markets with great success. Andy Probert reports
If you prefer a peaceful life at sea and a casual, laid back ambience you may choose to spend your time aboard on the spacious Sun Deck on a comfortable lounge, or to relax in the seated outdoor area. This is the best way to enjoy the views of magnificent island and cities surrounded by the idyllic scenery of different sunsets every day.
Privredni Vjesnik, the oldest Croatian weekly magazine for BUSINESS & FINANCE
“Slightly over three years ago, shipyards went through a process of restructuring and privatisation. At that time, private shipyard owners assumed the huge responsibility of taking forward the sustainability of shipbuilding systems that had not been functioning in a satisfactory manner. The destiny of Croatian shipbuilding will depend on the success of this process.”
Oceanwide Expeditions, the leading exploratory Polar cruise company from Vlissingen, The Netherlands, is pleased to announce that construction work has started on building a brand new and innovative 180-passenger vessel for Oceanwide’s commercial activities in the Polar Regions.
Built in Croatia by shipbuilder Brodosplit, the vessel shall be available for Oceanwide’s customers as per the Arctic season in 2019.
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Company Machining Ltd. was established on the basis of experience and equipment for efficient manufacture of two-stroke main engines and four-stroke auxilliary diesel engines in Brodosplit.
In the circumstances of dynamic processing of various products, existing machinery (portal milling machines, horizontal drilling and milling machines, lathe and machining centres) represents an excellent potential together with experienced operators and CAD/CAM support. Continue reading “BRODOSPLIT MACHINING Ltd.”
Croatian shipbuilder Brodosplit has committed to build four LNG-powered container vessels to DNV GL class. The 2,000 TEU vessels were ordered by Brodosplit Shipping Company and are planned to be used for long-term charter. The steel cutting ceremony was celebrated in Split recently and the first of the four ships is scheduled for delivery in November 2017.
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