Client: Passenger Operator in Greece, Domestic Sea Liner in Saronic Gulf
Scope of Project: Conversion of a Japanese built vessel to a two compartment vessel according to European and Hellenic requirements. New Bow design, New Superstructure decks, Profile lifting, Total refit of all accommodation space- New large saloon areas on two decks, New staircase and Electrical Escalators leading directly into saloon area, Separate Entrance ramps for passengers and vehicles
Our Engagement: Pre-purchase Survey, Estimation Cost, Full Conversion Design and Supervision.
We were engaged to transform a Japanese vessel into a modern European ship with Hellenic Flag requirements for a major passenger operator in Saronic Gulf. Major aspects of the conversion were: new superstructure decks to create large saloon areas on two decks, New staircase and Electrical Escalators leading directly into saloon area, Separate Entrance ramps for passengers and vehicles (2 new passenger ramps P & S), Total refit of the accommodation spaces (demolition of japanese interior and replacement with new certified materials and modern look).
Length Overall 96.90 m
Length Bet. Perpendiculars 84.30 m
Breadth (MLD) 16.60 m
Depth 5.50 m
Draught (extreme) 4.26 m
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