DeJong and Lebet, Inc.

Serving the marine industry since 1968.

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Commercial

Consulting

Cruise Ship Tenders

Fishing Vessels

Ferries

Glass Bottom

Inland Casinos

Major Conversions

Offshore Casinos

Party or Head Boats

Passenger Vessels

Permanently Moored

Yachts

 

 

 

 

DeJong & Lebet, Naval Architects

New Construction

We can design for you a completely new vessel, based on your business needs, and our design experience. whether you need a small dinner cruise vessel or a large offshore casino vessel we have made design many of every type of vessel. We know that while a existing vessel may be for sale at a good price it doesn't always meet your business needs. We believe that we can take your ideas and turn them into a brand new vessel that meets your needs, while being cost effective.

In order to make your new vessel a reality our team of Naval Architects and Designers can provide detailed drawings of every part of your vessel. We will provide you with the following drawings and calculations to build your vessel.

bulletLines Plans
bulletWeight Calculations
bulletStability Calculations,
bulletTonnage Plans
bulletInclining Experiments or Deadweight Surveys
bulletGeneral Arrangements and Outboard Profiles
bulletEmergency Evacuation Plans
bulletStructural Plans
bulletFire Load Calculations
bulletJoiner work Details
bulletStructural Fire Protection
bulletInsulation Plans
bulletReflected Ceiling Plans
bulletHull Anode Plans
bulletSafety Plans
bulletDoor Schedules
bulletWindow Schedules
bulletRailing, Stairs, and Ladder Details
bulletPiping systems drawings
bulletElectrical System Drawings
bulletPropulsion System Details
bulletHeating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning Details

These drawings and calculations will allow you to get the most detailed bids from shipyards, and we will submit them to the USCG or other agencies like ABS or DNV. Then while your vessel is being built we will be there to answer questions from you and the shipyard, to work with USCG Inspectors, and to insure that building your vessel goes as smoothly as possible.

We will help you from the first conceptual sketches to the final delivery of your vessel, and afterwards with questions and changes you may want.

 

 

 

 

 

       This page last edited on  07/09/2010