30 technical staff, crane operators and engineers have contributed to the work, in collaboration with the Lusben team. Outside the shed, the 55-ton superstructure, lifted by a crane with a capacity of 500 tons, was joined to the hull thanks to the welding of a bimetallic component at the junction point.The combined hull and superstructure have been brought back to the shed, where the welding will take place and later the set-up process, while delivery will take place in 2021.It is known that FB274, with exterior design by Giorgio M. Cassetta, will have spacious interiors and decks, a maximum speed of 16 knots and that she will host a maximum of 12 guests in 6 cabins.
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