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Activ helps build the world’s largest sailing vessel.

Brodosplit Shipyard in Split hired 34 employees from the Polish company Activ. The Poles are assissting in the construction of the world’s largest sailing vessel, Flying Clipper. 

Activ shipyard’s employees carry out works related to the interior decoration of the vessel: carpentry work in the common spaces for passengers and crew, as well as cutting and installation of metal sheets. – We have won a tender to furnish the public spaces and restaurants. The furniture that we are assembling on board comes from the Active furniture factory. In addition, we are carrying out work related to the installation of insulation, metal sheets, walls and ceilings – says Tomasz Pakos, the project manager from the Activ shipyard. – Choosing our offer, the Croats opted for experience and professionalism – he adds.

Tomasz Pakos stresses that the Poles are performing very well on this project. So well that the company has received further enquiries from the representatives of the Croatian shipyard relating to new construction projects.

The Poles will be working on the sailing ship until the completion of the project, that is until July 2018. Then the vessel will be handed over to the shipowner.

Flying Clipper, a five-masted sailing ship, measures 162.22 m in length and the area of its sail is 6,347 m2. It will be the largest vessel of this type in the world. The ship is being built for Star Clippers, the shipowner. Flying Clipper will be the largest sailing ship after Royal Clipper, which has a passenger capacity of “only” 277 passengers.

Flying Clipper has a crew capacity of 139 and passenger capacity of 300. 150 cabins and a number of attractions have been designed for them, including four bars, three swimming pools, a dining room, a spa, a library and water sports platforms. The design of Flying Clipper is based on France II, which was built in 1911 and which, at that time, was the largest sailing ship in the history of the world.

The vessel, launched on Saturday, was designed by Zygmunt Choreń, known as the “father of sailing ships”. He is the designer of the world’s largest sailing ships, including SV Royal Clipper, Fryderyk Chopin, STS Dar Młodzieży and five similar vessels designed for the USSR and still used today.

Brodosplit Shipyard in Split hired 34 employees from the Polish company Activ. The Poles are assissting in the construction of the world’s largest sailing vessel, Flying Clipper. 

Activ shipyard’s employees carry out works related to the interior decoration of the vessel: carpentry work in the common spaces for passengers and crew, as well as cutting and installation of metal sheets. – We have won a tender to furnish the public spaces and restaurants. The furniture that we are assembling on board comes from the Active furniture factory. In addition, we are carrying out work related to the installation of insulation, metal sheets, walls and ceilings – says Tomasz Pakos, the project manager from the Activ shipyard. – Choosing our offer, the Croats opted for experience and professionalism – he adds.

Tomasz Pakos stresses that the Poles are performing very well on this project. So well that the company has received further enquiries from the representatives of the Croatian shipyard relating to new construction projects.

The Poles will be working on the sailing ship until the completion of the project, that is until July 2018. Then the vessel will be handed over to the shipowner.

Flying Clipper, a five-masted sailing ship, measures 162.22 m in length and the area of its sail is 6,347 m2. It will be the largest vessel of this type in the world. The ship is being built for Star Clippers, the shipowner. Flying Clipper will be the largest sailing ship after Royal Clipper, which has a passenger capacity of “only” 277 passengers.

Flying Clipper has a crew capacity of 139 and passenger capacity of 300. 150 cabins and a number of attractions have been designed for them, including four bars, three swimming pools, a dining room, a spa, a library and water sports platforms. The design of Flying Clipper is based on France II, which was built in 1911 and which, at that time, was the largest sailing ship in the history of the world.

The vessel, launched on Saturday, was designed by Zygmunt Choreń, known as the “father of sailing ships”. He is the designer of the world’s largest sailing ships, including SV Royal Clipper, Fryderyk Chopin, STS Dar Młodzieży and five similar vessels designed for the USSR and still used today.

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