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The President Of Seychelles visits his vessels at CNOI

Despite a busy schedule for his official visit to Mauritius, the President of Seychelles, the Honorable Wavel Ramkalawan, made a point of stopping by at our Shipyard on Monday 30th November, to visit the Seychelles coast-guards’ vessels that had come for a technical stop-over.

The Seychellois boats, L'Etoile and Topaz, had been dry docked at the shipyard for two weeks already, in order to carry out a certain number of repairs: each one of them had to undergo an intermediate careening, where the painting of the live and dead works had to be redone, while doing the maintenance of the boiler and other equally important works. 

This is not the first time that the Seychelles Government has chosen CNOI to repair its boats. "We already had the opportunity to welcome these same boats, 2 years ago, in 2018 and we are happy that this collaboration continues", explains Franck Piriou, Managing Director of CNOI. "Our shipyard has a regional scope. We have built vessels for Madagascar, Reunion and Mayotte, and carried out repairs for the Seychelles". 

Upon his arrival at the shipyard, the President was accompanied by the Honourable Sylvestre Radegonde, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism of Seychelles, and Colonel Simon Dine, Commander of the Seychelles Coast Guard. After cordial exchanges with the CNOI’s welcoming committee, the President reviewed the crews of the two vessels, who had been present in Mauritius for the past two weeks.

Atsantsa, 12 years after...

We had to wait 12 years before seeing the Atsantsa again at the shipyard for repairs. This return to her birthplace was not to leave insensitive the whole team of CNOI, at least those who were there in 2007, when the patrol boat gradually took shape, to finally reach her home port: Mahajunga. This 35-meter vessel marked an important step in the development of the construction sector at the Shipyard.

CNOI, distributor of Viking marine safety equipment

Viking survival equipment is internationally renowned and is used by many of the Shipyard's clients. It is in the perspective of always offering quality services that CNOI has approached the Danish brand to become its representative for the Indian Ocean zone.

https://www.viking-life.com/

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