Diverse Projects’ Latest Vessel

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Build Project 08 is currently under construction at Profab Central Engineering Ltd in Palmerston North, New Zealand. The hull was successfully rolled over in October, and the superstructure is now taking shape. Stage two of the program, interior, paintwork and finishing details will later take place in Whangarei, New Zealand.

BP08’s sleek lines were designed by Craig Loomes Design Group. The 103.3 ft passagemaker is being built to Germanischer Lloyd 100 A5 class and New Zealand MSA survey. With Twin Caterpillar C18 ACERT 600HP engines, she will cruise at 12.5 knots. The interior will be designed by Chris Connell to complete the picture of very best quality all round.

Based in the heart of Auckland City, New Zealand, Diverse Projects specializes in the construction of new yachts for owners worldwide. Diverse projects’ unique “virtual shipyard” approach provides clients with total start to finish project co-ordination, great control and full transparency. Bringing together the best contracting teams New Zealand can offer ensures low risk and high expertise.

Diverse Projects provides project management for yacht construction, build co-ordination, construction management and construction consultancy, refits, charters and brokerage. They have the resources and expertise to undertake a variety of vessel projects, from top of the line pleasure craft construction to commercial boats and refits.

Company directors John Vitali and Lars Bjorklund have over thirty years yachting experience.

(www.diverseprojects.com)

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