Dry Docking and accommodation of vessels in building slots

The hoisting of vessels for Dry Docking is made in sliding grilles with the traditional method of jars that resemble with the ancient slides. Onto the slides it is formed a bespoken for each vessel wooden base which is placed at the underwater part of the vessel’s hull. Therefore, the load of the vessel is distributed evenly across the ship’s hull, avoiding contact with the sensitive ship’s sides. This method is ideal for traditional boats, but can be applied to any type of vessel.

The location that a vessel will be placed depends on the particular maintenance/repair needs and docking period. Available posts may be on cemented surface or gravel for vessels requiring wet working conditions. The shipyard can accommodate vessels with length up to sixty meters. A covered parking for boats up to twelve meters is available and any vessel can be covered in a prefabricated chamber.