Cruise Ship Propulsion

The first application is going to be the electrical propulsion of the Vis (2 motors of 1000 HP each).

The admiral ship the Vis was constructed in 1956 at the Uljanik shipyard as the elite staff officer ship of the Yugoslav Navy. Together with the renowned and larger the Galeb, the Vis was the only ship with such purpose, and, opposed to the Galeb, it was designed exclusively for that function. The ship is unique, designed and manufactured as a luxury yacht, meeting the extremely high standards of final elaboration. It is 58 metres long, the width of the widest part is 8,7 metres, with the draught of 3 metres and the displacement of 670 tons. It was ran by two motors of 1000 horsepower each, with three additional supporting aggregates.

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