Brodosplit Building River Cruise Ships
The CEO of Brodosplit Tomislav Debeljak pointed out that this is the first ship ordered from foreign customer after DIV took the Split shipyard in February this year.
In Brodosplit today began construction of river cruise ships contracted to Premier Cruises Limited company owned by Russian investors. It is intended for a cruise ship passenger transport along the rivers Volga and Don, Russian internal waterways. Expected ship route will be Moscow – St . Petersburg says officials from the Department of Public Relations Brodosplit.
Cruise ship has the length of 105 meters and a width of 16 meters and at its four decks of 82 luxurious cabins can accommodate 160 passengers that will be taken care of by 69 crew members located in 39 cabins.
Speed of 14 knots will be provided by three high-speed diesel engines with a total output of 2200 kW.
CEO, Brodosplit, Tomislav Debeljak said: “With this order, after 25 years, Brodosplit returns to the friendly Russian market. The positive trend of contracting new and good agreements for Brodosplit continues and brings additional arguments for a safer future.