Yacht Projects

Refit of Victoria PL

Work has begun at the facility in Vranjic to return the custom built ocean going strong steel hulled motor sailing yachtYacht Victoria to her former glory as a highly regarded as a “wonderfully designed spacious yacht. Work includes repair of steel work, inspect and repair rigging, replacing glazing, repairing teak decking, repainting, rebuilding interior and guest accommodation, re-wiring, rebuild main engine & generators and other works. Work will commence in August and will last 4 to 6 months. Victoria is 28 metres overall in length and 7.1 metres wide. She has two turbo engines and is capable of a speed of 8.8 knots cruising and 10.5 knots max and carries 3,460 sq foot of sail.

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70m Yacht Conversion

Conversion of 1968 German Hydrographic Research Vessel into a luxury yacht. The exterior was designed by Reymond Langton Design from the UK, and the Interior was designed by Francois Zuretti of France. The works in Croatia included completion of the luxury interior, interior and exterior lighting, detailed completion of the engine room, completion of the electrical system, installation of the teak decks, and complete exterior fairing and painting. All of this was done under a very tight timetable with a mixture of Croatian labour and foreign experts. All of the work was done in Split, and was under the day to day management and supervision of members of the Abel team.

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Feadship 67m

Install rotating golf tee on bow, resolve petrol bunkering issues, resolve an issue with railings on heli deck, complete warranty work to remove/repair and re-install rubrails on main body of the vessel.

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A 120m Yacht Conversion

The Vessel was a former offshore crew supply vessel that was chosen for its ice class. Work included engineering of luxury interior, installation of all major services, piping, plumbing, electrics and equipment. Installation of crew cabins (48 crew) to turn-key level, including construction and installation of crew furniture. Structural fire and acoustic insulation was installed with floating floors and all glazing throughout the vessel. Work also included rearrangement of all tanks, drainage, transfer, venting and filling.

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