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Superyacht 76 meters
The 76 metre concept can accommodates up to 14 guests on board in total luxury, as well as a crew of 21. Guest accommodation consists of four en suite cabins, as well as two twin cabins ideally suited for children. An opulent master suite includes a large en suite bathroom, private lounge and office to cater to all the needs of the owner when on board. Notable features on superyacht include a helipad located in the bow which, when not in use, is used as an additional space for relaxation and entertainment. The sun deck includes a Jacuzzi, whilst on the aft main deck, a seven metre long pool is located.
Mega yacht 121 meters
ALL OCEANS superyacht explorer will be built in steel hull and superstructures in aluminum by Iurisci Shipyard Abruzzo Super Yachts. The dimensions explorer are 121,38 meters of lenght over all, a beam of 20 meters and a maximum draft of 4,50 meters, freely extendable with approximative 5600 GT.
The helipads allow to 2 AIRBUS H225 to land onboard and be safe in the helicopter garage in aft and bow. In project it is desingned a very large crane retractable, and can upload tenders and water toys.
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Talking About / Your Naval Constructions Projects In ICE Class
Ships with an ice class have a strengthened hull to enable them to navigate through sea ice. Depending on the class, sea chests, i.e. the openings in the hull for seawater intake, have to be properly arranged in order to avoid blocking up with ice. Most of the stronger classes require several forms of rudder and propeller protection,and strengthened propeller tips are often required.Different ice classes and types exist, depending on the classification societies, but the most often ice class referred to is the Finnish-Swedish ice class.
If hull and machinery are constructed such as to comply with the requirements of different additional class notations POLAR CLASS, then both the hull and the machinery are to be assigned the lower of these additional class notations in the Certificate of Classification. Compliance of hull or machinery with the requirements of a higher additional class notation POLAR CLASS is also to be indicated in the Annex to the Certificate of Classification. The same principle applies to ships having a service notation Icebreaker.
Ships having one of the additional class notationsPOLAR CLASS are to have the hull form and the propulsion power such that the ship can operate independently at continuous speed in the representative ice conditions. For ships not designed to operate independently in ice, such operational intent or limitations are to be explicitly stated on the Certificate of Classification. Ramming is to be avoided for ships with one of the additional class notations POLAR CLASS.