OSCAR IIThe historic ship
OSCAR II, 25 meters in length, 5.4 meters in width, and 2.2 in draught was lifted with the floating dock. About 20 tons of metal structures were replaced by imitating the original riveted hull. Brand new electrical installation and piping was installed in the ship. Both engines – main and auxiliary – were repaired and the gearbox was replaced. The whole ship was repainted. Making of a new interior in the former cargo hold required an exceptional accuracy. A luxurious ball room was built on the lower deck and its exclusive part of interior was oak stairs decorated by the handrails made by the Lithuanian blacksmith. The ball room was equipped with a bar, a bathroom with a shower, and two cabins. A very expensive teak floor of an exceptionally high durability was laid there. New larch floor was laid on the outer decks, the armrests and the doors were replaced as well. The best wood was used – teak, larch, oak, and mahogany. An arbor enclosed by the tent was built on the upper deck of OSCAR II, where the guests may enjoy themselves even in bad weather. The ship was equipped with a sound system for entertainment as well as for hearing the commands of the captain of the ship. After the reconstruction OSCAR II is suitable for carrying 40 passengers and members of the crew.
MeridianasSymbol of the city of Klaipėda
The ship was built in 1948 at Turku Shipyard in Finland. It is one of the 49 similar ships that the Finish have built for the Soviet Union as a contribution after the WWII. Currently there are only few ships left. Up to 1967 MERIDIANAS was used in Klaipėda Maritime Academy for the training of the students. In May 1969 the sailing vessel was moored by one of the banks of the river Danė. Since 1971 there was opened a restaurant. In 2001 the ship was sold by one of Klaipėda companies for a symbolic 1 Litas amount to the legal advisor Artūras Žičkus. He founded a relief fund for Klaipėda sea port symbol sailing vessel MERIDIANAS that the sailing vessel was granted to and then restored. In 2008 sailing vessel MERIDIANAS celebrated its 60th Anniversary. In October 2012 the sailing vessel was acquired by two businessmen Aidas Kaveckis and Aloyzas Kuzmarskis who took over the care for the sailing vessel. On 10 November 2012 MERIDIANAS was drifted for repair. The sailing vessel was sent off by more than 5000 Klaipėda residents who had gathered along the banks of the river Danė. With the help of the tugboats and pilots the sailing boat was brought to the water area of AB Klaipėdos laivų remontas (Klaipėda Ship Repair) and docked in the floating dock No. 31. Upon the survey of defects it became clear that the biggest part of the ship structures and parts that were affected by the rot, mould, and other factors, had to be dismantled. The deck facilities were repaired as well as bulkheads, masts, all the wooden transverse frames, deck beams, the deck itself, bulwarks, outer and inner planking of the hull, etc. In January 2013 the dismantling works were completed and the restoration of the ship began. Until April 2013 the metal transverse frames, deck beams, ground timbers, hull coat, deck was designed, manufactured, and mounted. On 9 November 2013 after a year of restoration works the sailing vessel returned to the left bank of the river Danė.
Fishing trawler ŠAKIAI was built in 1986 by the Russian Yaroslavl Shipyard. Since the first day until 1994 this ship was under the ownership of the Lithuanian state fishing fleet enterprise Jūra, whereof it was used for fishing in the Atlantic Ocean. With an objective to engage into the search and rescue operations as well as collecting the oil spills in the Lithuanian economic zone, the Sea Port Authority bought the medium size fishing trawler ŠAKIAI from Jūra in 1994. AB Laivyno inžinerijos centras (Fleet Engineering Center, Corp.) carried out the reconstruction project of the trawler transforming it into the rescue ship. The reconstruction works that lasted for about 2 years (i.e. from 1995 to 1997) were performed by Stock Company Klaipėdos laivų remontas (Klaipėda Ship Repair.) On 24 December 1997 ship ŠAKIAI was issued with the rescue ship documents by UAB Russian Maritime Register, and on 16 January 1998 during a celebration ceremony the Lithuanian state flag was raised on the ship and since that date ship ŠAKIAI began its service as a rescue ship at Klaipėda State Sea Port. In 2009 the ship was handed over to the Lithuanian Navy.
LNS Skalvis M53 is a modernized Hunt class mine hunter. The main task of the ship is to locate, identify and dispose of naval mines. The ship use hull mounted sonar to find mine like objects; if such are found, the remotely operated underwater vehicles can be deployed to identify these objects and, if necessary, dispose them using an Expendable Mine Disposal System. In order to protect the ship from mines with magnetic sensors, the hull is made from glass reinforced plastic and most of the equipment onboard are made from non-magnetic materials. In addition, an automatic degaussing system is fitted onboard to maintain the magnetic signature of the vessel reduced to the safe limits. Our factory carries out routine, routine and emergency repair of naval ships, fiberglass hull repair and recovery.
Ferry "NIDA"Passenger ferry
Passenger ferry Nida built in the Republic of Bulgaria, Bourgas shipyard in 2006. Ferry has four ramp through which to ferry people injected and released. This significantly speeds up the access to the Curonian Spit, and it is much faster and more economical. The ferry can handle stronger winds and blowing.
KLASCO I KLASCO 2Tugboats
Russian shipyard "Pella" built for sale by its technical characteristics and equipment are modern and powerful, satisfying the needs of the port of Klaipeda. Klaipeda port. They are equipped with American company Caterpillar engine delivers the total production 4520 "horse power. Tow 55 tons of thrust force for the safe maneuvering when mooring berths Panamax type vessels. KLASCO 1 and KLASCO 2 tractors equipped with international standard and modern and powerful fire-fighting equipment, which can be used in the event of a fire, Klaipėda port. Our company carries out the complex, ship repairs and routine maintenance.