The vessel was built in Sweden, in 1979, in accordance with the rules and regulations of Lloyds Register of Shipping (LRS). She is a passenger / RO-RO type of vessel with: bow and stern loading system. Her two decks, the engine room and the superstructure are located at the stern section. In 2004 she underwent conversion in SHIPREPAIR YARD “NAUTA” S.A., in Gdynia.
The ship was built in Norway in 1975. She was the first ship in maritime history that the satellite navigation system of “DP positioning” was installed on. She is the universal vessel that can provide the service of tugboat as well. One of the repair tasks was the prefabrication and installation of a new deckhouse and a new wheelhouse.
The vessel was built in Norway, in 1987 in accordance with the rules and regulations of DNV. She is a stern fishing trawler with a large work-deck. Her two reefer holds, the fish factory plant and the engine room are all located at the stern section. The accommodation area has been located at the bow section, plus the superstructure at the midship. In 1998 she was converted in SHIPREPAIR YARD “NAUTA” S.A., in Gdynia.
The special purpose technical ship, a dredger built in Holland in 1985 in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Bureau Veritas. It is an example of the two deck suction dredger equipped with on-loading suction devices and one hold to collect the sand gathered from the seabed. The engine room and the superstructure located at the stern section, and the suction unit engine room at the bow section. She was converted in SHIPREPAIR YARD “NAUTA” S.A. in Gdynia, in 1999.