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Keeping Tourism Afloat

Ocean Shipyard is a family-run business whose history can be traced back almost a hundred years. The father and grandfather of Vassilis Stratis founded Ocean and started out supplying small wooden fishing boats to fishermen in Northern Greece. Vassilis now works with his father in a state of the art shipyard just outside Athens in Greece, supplying a range of vessels, from passenger boats for the tourism industry, to boats for personal and recreational use, as well as industrial and professional uses. Read more

Ocean

Manufacturing Partner – Ship Building

Greece

Ocean
Anoiksis 8,
Ag. Georgios,
Koropi,
Attica,
P.O. 385,
Greece.

Tel: 0030 210 6021419
Fax: 0030 210 6021556
Email: ocean@ocean.gr
Web: www.ocean.gr

Ocean shipyard (M. Muscat – K. Stratis Co.) was founded in 1982 by Konstantinos B. Stratis and Michael K. Muscat in Peania Attica. The company started out by manufacturing wooden fishing vessels, continuing the Moschatou family tradition of shipbuilding which began with the establishment of a police state. The yard is also directly linked to the famous Kavala shipyard which, for decades previously, built wooden boats of various types and sizes to cater for both local and national freight and fishing needs.

Growing and adapting over time, in line with the industry, the shipyard developed a comprehensive range of commercial boats, of between 7.50m and in size, made entirely from composite materials such as fibreglass-reinforced plastic. This range proved so successful that Ocean had now become a leader in Greek commercial vessel manufacturing, working with coastal fisheries and the largest fish farms in the country.

As demand increased for larger, faster and more reliable vessels, in the late 1990s the shipyard turned to building ‘Deep V’ hull type speedboats ranging in length from 12m to 15.50m. Having developed and established this solid and reliable hull type as its foundation, the yard went on to build tens of passenger vessels for the tourism industry, personnel transport vessels, barges and research vessels as well as offshore fishing boats.

Having gained years of experience from manufacturing these vessels, in 2007 Ocean commenced refreshing and renewing their older models to create new ones starting with the Ocean 33 (995) in two versions – recreational and commercial – and continuing with the Ocean 1400, Ocean 1650 and 850V.

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Rapid Development of Vessel Model

The focus of Cluster 5 is to decrease the lead time to modify vessels by at least 20% thanks to better information about the modification costs needed to meet new business demand. In this research Cluster, Greek partners SEAbility, Ocean and INSB have been working closely with Bern University to develop an innovative business model for those in the small boat industry. Read more

Developing Apps to increase efficiency in shipbuilding

In Use-It-Wisely’s (UIW) latest blogspot, we spoke to Nikos Frangakis of ICCS in Greece. ICCS is leader of Work Package 3, and in this role they coordinate and evaluate the development of software among all UIW partners who are active in this field. This entails identifying commonalities, synergies, and potential overlaps between the software being developed by different UIW partners. Read more

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Ocean

Manufacturing Partner – Ship Building

Greece

Ocean
Anoiksis 8,
Ag. Georgios,
Koropi,
Attica,
P.O. 385,
Greece.

Tel: 0030 210 6021419
Fax: 0030 210 6021556
Email: ocean@ocean.gr
Web: www.ocean.gr

Ocean shipyard (M. Muscat – K. Stratis Co.) was founded in 1982 by Konstantinos B. Stratis and Michael K. Muscat in Peania Attica. The company started out by manufacturing wooden fishing vessels, continuing the Moschatou family tradition of shipbuilding which began with the establishment of a police state. The yard is also directly linked to the famous Kavala shipyard which, for decades previously, built wooden boats of various types and sizes to cater for both local and national freight and fishing needs.

Growing and adapting over time, in line with the industry, the shipyard developed a comprehensive range of commercial boats, of between 7.50m and in size, made entirely from composite materials such as fibreglass-reinforced plastic. This range proved so successful that Ocean had now become a leader in Greek commercial vessel manufacturing, working with coastal fisheries and the largest fish farms in the country.

As demand increased for larger, faster and more reliable vessels, in the late 1990s the shipyard turned to building ‘Deep V’ hull type speedboats ranging in length from 12m to 15.50m. Having developed and established this solid and reliable hull type as its foundation, the yard went on to build tens of passenger vessels for the tourism industry, personnel transport vessels, barges and research vessels as well as offshore fishing boats.

Having gained years of experience from manufacturing these vessels, in 2007 Ocean commenced refreshing and renewing their older models to create new ones starting with the Ocean 33 (995) in two versions – recreational and commercial – and continuing with the Ocean 1400, Ocean 1650 and 850V.

All Project Partners

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