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CRS - Croatian Register of Shipping

12.01.2009

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CRS is a heritor of ship classification activities at the eastern Adriatic coast.

CRS Head Office is situated in Split, Republic of Croatia. CRS was associated member of International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) from April 1973 till January 2005, when IACS generally discontinued associate status.


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IMCI - International Marine Certification Institute

12.01.2009

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IMCI is a European Union based, independent, non-profit organisation committed to adding value to worldwide recreational craft industry by assessing compliance of companies, products, services and experts with the highest recognised standards of quality and safety. Customer satisfaction can only be achieved with highly qualified and motivated staff and the help of the most advanced technology.

"Modern simplicity instead of classical complexity"


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LLoyd´s Register

12.01.2009

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Lloyd's Register works around the world to assess and certify ships, systems and facilities to improve quality and increase safety - a clear purpose shared by 5,000 employees globally.

We work closely with shipowners, operators and builders to provide innovative, value-added solutions that help improve business performance throughout the design, construction and operation of ships.


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  1. 23.09.2009

    Adriatic boat show

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The most luxurious and expensive Croatian serial 16.5 m (54 feet) yacht with state of art equipment and a hand-made interior was designed by the NCP Marine expert team.

The perfect design of the dynamic Mondial 54 cruiser is also distinguished by a strong, potent profile that leaves no doubt regarding its sports pedigree.

It is built on a deep V hull, with V drive for the increased and better used interior.

Mondial 54 travels at maximum speed of 39 knots, and thanks to voluminous fuel tanks, it can take pride in a substantial cruising range at the speed of 32-33 knots (350 nautical miles).