As is customary at such ceremonies, numerous members of the Marasović family, construction and financing partners, friends attended the launch, and Andrija Marasović, the owner of the company, cut the rope with champagne and symbolically “launched” the ship into the sea. “For several decades, our family has been organizing trips and multi-day cruises around the islands. At first, my father organized excursions on wooden boats that used to transport sand, and today there are almost a hundred modern steel ones in Krilo Jesenice. Guests are delighted with the level of luxury and service we provide. ” said Andrija Marasović, a happy godfather and owner of a new boat in the family.”With the construction of cruise ships, Brodosplit’s efforts to be a constant support in the renewal of the passenger and excursion fleet for Croatian private shipowners – small entrepreneurs whose goals are the development of small businesses on the coast and islands, tourism through organized day trips and multi-day cruises.”Point out from Brodosplit.With the launch, a series of construction of tourist cruise ships, the popular ‘Kriljan’, reached 13 delivered new buildings, and with their construction the program of renewal of the passenger and excursion fleet for Croatian private shipowners – small entrepreneurs whose goals are small business development on the coast and islands, development tourism through organized one-day excursions and multi-day cruises. Yesterday, in the Shipbuilding Industry Split, Novogradnja 538 was laid into the sea, a passenger cruise ship that the company in the Brodosplit-BSO doo group is building for a domestic client, the company Brodarstvo Marasović doo from Krilo Jesenice.According to the design and classification documentation approved according to the rules of the Croatian Register of Shipping, Brodosplit’s ‘special’ made a steel hull and superstructure for a ship 48,79 meters long, 8,8 meters wide on ribs, 3,82 meters high, and 2,40 meters long. , and pleasant sailing and enjoyment on cruises on the Adriatic islands and coast are enabled by two propulsion machines with an individual power of 368 kW.