Cenal Launches Hull

Thursday, June 15, 2000
In May, Cenal Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland completed its third launching of the new millennium. Constructed to DSI rules and regulations, the launched hull measures 73 x 20 x 9 ft. (22.4 x 6.2 x 2.7 m) and is one of the 16 hulls contracted with Dutch clients. Final delivery and acceptance will occur after the vessel arrives in Holland.

Following this, on May 12, the yard completed its hull launching of a fishing vessel, long liner, which has been built in compliance with DNV rules, will be towed to Norway for outfitting and commissioning where it will subsequently be used by Mek. Verksted AS.

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