Hodgdon Yacht Services, the Hodgdon division that is committed to refit, repair and maintenance services of recreational yachts and boats, recently acquitted refit and repair work on 46.9 meter ketch Asolare at the facilities in Boothbay in Maine.
Started in the year 2003 by Hodgdon Yachts, Bruce King designed vessel, with interior design by Winch Design, was the largest cold-molded yacht ever made at that time. Hodgdon chief executive officer and President Timothy Hodgdon, said that as the real builders of Asolare, they are happy that they were able to complete this important repair work.
The company’s link to this yacht – combined with their technical expertise – uniquely positioned them for the execution of this project.
The work included substitute of the mizen mast, fixes to the astern cabin and deck regions, extensive sustentation to the sea water, electrical power, hydraulic as well as mechanical systems, along with a climb to the computerized sail handling checks.
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Mr Buttigieg was being asked in another meet of Parliamentary Environment Committee, led by PL MP Marlene Farrugia, who had earlier objected to the use of the ODZ land for this project. The CEO of MEPA also stated that the Sadeen group had not yet went for the project. No Environmental Impact Assessment had yet been executed as of now.
Mr Buttigieg was told to report why the government chose for Zonqor and Cospicua places when the report of the site selection had identified other suitable places, including a 29000 site in Tarxien. Mr Buttigieg reported that the places were assessed on archaeological as well as ecological basis. At this point this was a desktop study. After the site was chosen experts (such as the guys who specialise in Yacht Rental Greek Islands) would come in and could decide that the site was not suitable after all.
Ambjent Ahjar’s John Cauchi stated that he saw no coherent progress between the place selection as well as the final choice. He stated that Fort St Rocco could be a great candidate site, mainly when it is melded with nearby places. Dock No. 1 has less than half of the region then the Forti Saint Rocco.