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SHIP MACHINE - BUILDING JSCo, Varna, Bulgaria

Products & Services --- Ferroconcrete vessels --- New concepts


Based on the rich traditions, which Ship Machine - Building JSCo has in the field of the design and construction of floating facilities on ferroconcrete hulls, the company has developed various new concepts and designs, which meet the interest of foreign investors from European and Middle East countries.

Floating carpark

The floating carpark is designed for service in calm waters, this facility provides cost-effective and practical solution to the problem with the chronic deficiency of parking places in the big cities.
Entrance to the facility can be provided either from one of the boards or from the stern/bow.
The communication between the decks is by means of spiral ramps and passenger lifts.
Automated systems at the entrance and exit indicate the number of vacant parking places and register the incoming/outgoing vehicles.
The hull compartments can be utilized in various ways - they can be used for shops for replacing tyres, for battery charging, for car wash, for stores, etc.
Several versions of the facility are available.

Main dimensions and particulars4 floors5 floors6 floors(1)6 floors6 floors(2)
Capacity141 cars177 cars180 cars213 cars520 cars
Length overall85,00 m85,00 m85,00 m85,00 m85,00 m
Breadth13,00 m13,00 m13,00 m13,00 m27,00 m
Draught1,45 m1,55 m1,70 m1,70 m~2,00 m
Height overall15,20 m17,60 m20,00 m20,00 m~20,00 m
Height above water line13,75 m16,05 m18,30 m18,30 m~18,00 m
Designed height of floors2,40 m2,40 m2,40 m2,40 m 2,40 m
Notes:
1 - with shopping centre
2 - with doubled hull

Floating hospital

This facility is intended for rendering of first aid in cases of natural disasters and production breakdowns and can be easily towed to the region in calamity. It can also be designed to provide regular health care to the population in coastal and archipelago areas. It has four floors equipped with all necessary installations.
As per the basic design, the facility consists of a ferroconcrete hull and a four deck steel superstructure. The hull is divided into watertight compartments, which accommodate: the hospital's personnel quarters; the engine room, diesel generator, heaters, ship systems; the hospital laundry, lift compartments and other auxiliary installations. The superstructure accommodates the hospital block, which contains all necessary specialized medical rooms, laboratories, hospital stationary, etc.
The facility can function autonomously in emergency cases and while being towed from one location to another – it has the needed systems for power supply, fresh water supply, waste and sewage water storage, etc. While berthed, the hospital is connected to the shore infrastructure.
 

Floating hotel

This facility is designed to provide luxurous accommodation to 120 people. The basic layout includes a restaurant and a coffee shop both with capacity to serve 70 people. One of the advantages of the floating hotel is that it can be towed from one location to another, thus granting extra tourist capacity, where and when it is most needed.
 

Floating house

The floating house is designed as a 2-floor superstructure upon a ferroconcrete hull. The basic design includes 4 bedrooms, 2 living-rooms, as well as a small pool at the bow.
 

Floating hostel

The floating hostel is intended for service in the conditions of rivers and inland sea areas. The facility can function autonomously in emergency cases and while being towed from one location to another – it has the needed systems for power supply, fresh water supply, waste and sewage water storage, etc. While berthed, the facility is connected to the shore infrastructure.
The ferroconcrete hull is divided into watertight compartments, which accommodate the diesel generator, waste water treatment installation, pumps and other ship systems; laundry compartments as well as ouxiliary and storage compartments. As per the concept design, the superstructure has two decks with total built-up area of 1755sq.m. Depending on the specific requirements, and also on the operational conditions, more decks can be added to increase the capacity of the facility.
 

Floating swimming pool

The floating swimming pool was designed for the Egyptian hotel Four Seasons. It is a bow-shaped vessel, firmly anchored to the sea bottom, connected by means of a hydraulically operated gangway with a fixed pier.
The swimming pool with dimensions 22.50x13.50m is positioned in the front central section of the hull. The depth of the pool varies from 1.40m to 2.20m.
The walls and the bottom of the pool are water-permeable, which ensures normal ocean water circulation. The swimmers are protected from the ocean creatures by means of steel wire nets.
The superstructure of facility has two-decks with grill and cocktail bars, sunshades and cabanas.

Floating car park

Floating hospital

Floating hotel

Floating house

Floating hostel

Floating swimming pool