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According to the new conceptual design, Jadrolinija’s ship for remote islands should have a capacity of 900 passengers and 200 vehicles, and the value of this investment is estimated at around 25 million euros.That amount is half less than the one foreseen in the project of the former management of the company headed by Alan Klanc, when the price of 50 million euros was foreseen, Novi List writes.After personnel changes in the largest Croatian passenger shipping company and the appointment of David Sopta as the head of the company, it was concluded that this was too great and unjustified cost, so the preliminary design was re-ordered to realize the concept of a slightly smaller and thus significantly cheaper ship for remote foreign islands. So now, instead of 120 meters, the length of the ship is 102,6 meters, while the capacity has been reduced from 1.500 to 900 passengers.The strategic goal of the company remains the same as before, and that is the construction of a ship that will be adapted to maintain lines to the islands of Lastovo, Vis, Korcula and Hvar, or a ship that will replace the inadequate and obsolete ship “Lastovo”, built in 1970 and has a capacity for only 60 vehicles.As the President of the Management Board of Jadrolinija, David Sopta, points out, the company now has the task of preparing contract documentation, followed by the announcement of a public tender for the construction of the ship, which should last about two years.Source: New sheet
Theres a double header in Nenagh this evening in the North Tipp championship. Silvermines take on Templederry Kenyons at 5pm and at 6.30 Kildangan take on Portroe. Patrons are advised to arrive early for those games this evening.In West Tipperary this evening Knockavilla Kickhams take on Clonoulty Rossmore in the West senior Semi final. It gets underway in Annacarthy at 7pm Today in Semple Stadium Munster finalists Waterford face Ger Cunninghams Dublin at 2pm while Cork, buoyed up after their win over Clare take on Anthony Cunninghams Galway at 4pm for places in the All Ireland Hurling Semi Finals. In the Mid Tipp senior Hurling semi final last night between JK Brackens and Loughmore Castleiney it was Loughmore – Castleiney who held the lead at half time 1-08 to 0-10. At full time both teams were level 1-19 a piece.At the end of extra time it was Loughmore – Castleiney who came out on top winning by 5 points 2-26 to 1-24.
ExxonMobil/Petra Under-14 leagueAn extra day of football action has been added to the ExxonMobil/Petra Under-14 football league, giving patrons and students an extended schedule to feed their appetites.The semi-final action will go down at the Ministry of Education Ground, Carifesta Avenue, this afternoon. In the first match-up, the young ladies of East Ruimveldt Secondary and South Ruimveldt Secondary will face off to book their spot in the final. While East Ruimveldt has had their share of ups and downs in the tournament, they will look to upset the seemingly strong South Ruimveldt team. South, on the other hand, have had massive victories in the competition and are striving to meet Charlestown in the final of the competition.In the second match-up, which is slated for 16:00h, one hour after the first, the males hailing from Buxton Youth Developers will meet Chase’s Academic Foundation in the clash of the tournament. The two teams which are considered the best of the best in the tournament are both coming off of enormous victories in their round-robin segment and quarter-finals. And as such, the excitement for this semi-final should mirror the exhilaration that World Cup fans felt during the Brazil v Belgium match-up.Last Saturday, the first two semi-finals were hosted at the same venue. In the girls’ category, Charlestown held out in a goalless game against New Campbellville Secondary to go through to the finals on penalties. Later on, North Ruimveldt Multilateral Secondary played a great hand of defence tactics to restrict St John’s College’s goal scoring. The 1-0 game meant that North Ruimveldt Multilateral Secondary will now wait to see whether they will meet Chase Academy or Buxton Youth Developers in the final on Saturday, June 21.Owing to the Guyana Football Federation hosting its camps for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Boys U-14 Challenge Trophy and the CONCACAF Girls U-15 Championship selection, many of the players in the ExxonMobil/Petra tournament were restricted from leaving the camp, which was housed at the Leonora Track and Field Centre from July 8 to 16. Today’s action will kick off at 15:00h.