Preparations for the upcoming summer season are in a full swing. Thus the Croatian shipping company Brodosplit from Split has launched a new mini cruiser that is to set sail in the Adriatic this summer.
The new mini cruiser, with an estimated value at more than a million Euros, was built for a local private company Mladin Punta from Jesenice near Split.
The newest member of the Croatian nautical fleet is 42.4 metres long, 8.5 metres wide and 3.8 metres high. It has three decks: the main deck, the upper deck and the sun deck. Brodosplit has constructed a steel hull and a superstructure for the mini cruiser which will be able to accommodate 36 passengers and six members of the crew.
This is the tenth jubilee mini cruiser from the series of passenger ships for nautical tourism that has been built in Brodosplit since 2012 for domestic clients. The construction was realized within the government's program for the restoration of the passenger and excursion fleet for Croatia's private shipping companies - small entrepreneurs.
''The construction of passenger cruise ships has been fulfilling the efforts of Brodosplit to be a constant support to domestic nautical tourism'', stated the company from Split.