The Viktor Lenac shipyard is located on the northern Croatian coast of the Adriatic, 3 km from the largest Croatian port of Rijeka. It was founded in 1896 and was one of the first in the world to start lengthening ships.
Today, it has three floating dry docks, one for receiving vessels up to 160,000 dwt, more than 1,000 meters of anchorage space, a large construction site at sea and specializes in ship conversions and construction of gas platforms.
Viktor Lenac Shipyard has about 1,100 meters of berthing space inside the bay. All shipyard berths are equipped with shore cranes, having maximum lifting capacity of 100 tons.
Offshore construction area is approximately 130,000 sqm. Berthing space alongside offshore construction area is 300 m.