Last Update July 1, 2016

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Viktor Lenac is one of the leading shipyards for ship repair, conversions and offshore in the Mediterranean. Founded in 1896, Viktor Lenac shipyard has a long tradition of ship repair and conversion and was among the first in the world with ship lengthening. With its three floating dry-docks, one accommodating vessels up to 160,000 dwt, more than 1,000 meters of berthing space, a large offshore construction site and a highly skilled workforce,Victor Lenac is a modern shipyard capable of completing the most complex projects on short deadlines and up to highest standards.

Ship repair, conversions and offshore are at the core of the shipyard’s activities. During its long tradition, Viktor Lenac shipyard has built a respectable reference list of complex projects in conversion and offshore and is among the few specialized yards for ship conversions and gas platform construction in the entire region of the Mediterranean. Viktor Lenac was among the first in the world with ship lengthenings.

With its three floating drydocks, one accommodating vessels up to 160,000 dwt, more than 1,000 meters of berthing space, a large offshore construction site, a highly skilled workforce and a subcontractor infrastructure, Viktor Lenac is a modern shipyard capable of completing a wide variety of ship repair, conversion and offshore projects from relatively simple repair to complex conversion under strict deadlines and up to highest standards.

Ship Repair

Ship repair is Viktor Lenac’ core business. Yearly they repair around 60 vessels of all types: tankers (up to Suezmax size), container carriers, bulk carriers, LPG carriers, reefer ships etc. They are able to provide the whole range of services – from standard dry-docking and extensive steel repairs to specialized works on propulsion and electrical systems.: Dry-dock works; Steel works; Pipe works; Mechanical works; Tank coating; Electrical & electronic works; Insulation works; Carpentry works; Boiler works; Aluminium repairs; Slop and sludge removal and disposal; Tank cleaning; Anti-corrosion treatment; Precise machining in situ; Simplex seals renewal; Chock fast Orange foundation systems.

Conversions

Viktor Lenac’ experience with ship conversions is dating back in the late sixties when they started with first lengthenings and car carrier conversions. Viktor Lenac was among the first in the world to go into ship lengthening. The company's expansion began with a series of successful conversions of pipe and cable-laying ships and offshore platform support and supply vessels. Activities: Ro-Ro Vessels to Cable Layer; Supplier Vessel to Pipe Layer; ROV Support Vessel to Pipe Layer; Train Ferry to Floating Process Unit; Mega Yacht Restoration; Double Skin Installation; Lengthening.

The Helix Producer I is the largest conversion project ever completed by Viktor Lenac. The train ferry Karl Carstensen was converted into a ship-shaped floating production unit, the first FPU in the Gulf of Mexico.

Offshore

It was during the 1970s that Viktor Lenac’ tradition of offshore activities began, with the conversion of ships into the crane vessels used to install fixed platforms. In 1985 Viktor Lenac stood at the helm of a consortium of Croatian shipyards that undertook the construction of the Labin, the first drilling platform in Croatia. The shipyard recent offshore activity was marked by the construction of jackets, process modules and living quarters for 13 gas production platforms intended for gas fields in the northern Adriatic Sea, a gas exploitation project launched by Edina and INAgip in 1997. The two last delivered were Annamaria A process module and Izabela North jacket and process module.

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Viktor Lenac Shipyard

  • Martinšćica bb, 51000 , Rijeka, Croatia
  • +38551405555
  • +38551217033
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