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Multi Purpose Well Stimulation Barge Project, update December 2011

December 14th, 2011 - by Nino Krisnan

Kakanoo Marine, in partnership with Cybermarine Technologies, Pte. Ltd., has been engaging ourselves since April 2011 in a marine design project for a Multi Purpose Well Stimulation Barge. The barge, named Elnusa Samudera 07, is owned by PT Elnusa, Tbk and designed and constructed to meet both BKI and ABS class and also Indonesian flag statutory regulations and compliance.

The barge is being built at PT Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (DPS), a state owned shipyard in Surabaya, Indonesia. After the construction started in May 2011, the barge was launched on 28 September 2011. In December 2011, the accommodation construction has reached all three levels and installation of the deck gears and equipments is now in progress.

From Kakanoo Marine, we assigned our engineer, Anton Wijaya, to coordinate the technical and commercial project communication between Cybermarine, DPS and Elnusa Fabrikasi Konstruksi (the main contractor) from the beginning of the project as part of the design progress monitoring.

 

The 38 meter Phinisi Yacht Construction Update, December 2011

December 13th, 2011 - by Nino Krisnan

This is about sharing the pleasure in seeing what our Blue Archipelago Yachts (BAYachts) team has achieved up to 12 December 2011 for the BAYachts’s 38 m Bugis traditional phinisi yacht project.

Time flies when you are having fun, that what people say. But for us, time flies even faster when we are really enjoying what we are doing.  Since the keel laying ceremony that took place on 09 December 2011, our baby 38 m Bugis traditional phinisi yacht has grown quite noticeably and as per 12 December 2011, the hull planks are up as much as 11 planks from the keel up at each starboard and port side.

In this typical traditional Indonesian Bugis phinisi construction the method that is used, by the extraordinary talented Bugis wooden boat craftmen, is the hull plank set up first and followed by the frames later. To get the plank integrity while waiting for the frames to put in places, each plank side is connected to each other by wooden pegs as well as hot dipped galvanized steel bars. The use of the temporary mould frames is to give the hull shape accuracy to achieve the shape that has been designed by the naval architect. Installation of some of the solid wooden floors at each mould frame would give more hull shape integrity while the rest of the planks are keep going up following the mould frame shape guidance.

We are really blessed and grateful to be able to witness and be part of this traditional Bugis phinisi construction, built by the traditional Bugis-Konjo wooden boat craftmen in this 21st century. We will keep sharing our excitement and more news will be coming as our baby grows more and more each month until her launching day.