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Spinnish Company Completes Work On Cruis Ship Don Juan

Spanish company E.N. Bazan, owned by the National Industry Holdings, has completed the preparation and conversion of Spanish agency Schembri's cruise shipCroum del Mar. The vessel, built at Union Naval de Levante (Valencia) shipyard, was renamed Don Juan.

Work on the ship included normal docking works, hull work, main and auxiliary engine control, electrical plant work, and modernization and suitability work on the passenger accommodation spaces. The main hall will be painted and the carpet will be renewed, as well as the lighting, tapestries, and bulkhead. The casino, shopping area, night club, dance hall, pool bar and restaurants will also be renovated.

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