According to the shipowners of the M / V Galapagos legend, it was necessary to move and expand the main hall from the bow to the middle section. It was decided to eliminate the side corridors and build a 15-meter room that extends from port to starboard. The main problem was that due to the various commitments acquired from the ship it had to be done afloat or build the blocks in the workshop on land and then assemble them from a dock. In this way the commitments with their passengers would not be sacrificed. The second option was taken
The ship Santa Cruz II, is a yacht classified with American Bureau of Shipping (A.B.S.). In this yacht 8 fundamental changes were made with the approval of the ABS: Elongation of deck 3 aft,Gym construction,Transfer of 2 cranes to an upper deck,Modification of the central bulkhead,Modification of the roof in empty spaces,Construction of two sea boxes,Various works in aluminum
Design, Engineering, Construction and Assembly on the bow of the tugboat, the propulsion system and the exhaust hook system on the double stern.
Modification and Repowering of the Tugboat "Corsair V". The propulsion was changed from one line to two lines. The capacity of the fuel tank was increased and a redistribution of weights was carried out throughout the vessel, to obtain the best draft for a better efficiency in its crossing. The superstructure was improved, to provide greater comfort for the crew.
A total modification and redistribution was made. The yacht was redesigned to increase its speed from 7 knots to 12 knots.
The Hatch Covers were constructed in several stages, together with their respective mechanisms and safety.
Modification of the upper cabins in 5086 naval aluminum. The sides of the cabins of this classified vessel were moved to obtain more space. All work was done while browsing…
Engineering and Construction of a self-propelled barge to cross from the mainland to the Muisne Island. It was built with a cross-type structure and was delivered on site on Muisne…
The very illustrious Municipality of Calceta had the need of building a barge to work in the dam Esperanza. We designed, calculated and executed the job obtaining a selfpropelled barge…
In the B / P Arrecife project, the vessel was extended to expand its storage capacity, in addition to repairing a large previous stability problem due to previous lengthening work.