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Gettone Group, cooperation with our customer, Admares OY has delivered the first batch of water homes to Dubai Canal – to berth at Marasi Business Bay .

We are happy to announce that Gettone Group Ltd. is involved in this great project by doing the piping, interior and heating, ventilation and air conditioning works. Luxury water homes float in on time for Cityscape Global 2017 and received a great response. With home after home anchoring in the up-and-coming marina, two of them were open for Cityscape Global visitors and received a great response. A turnkey project for Dubai Properties, the water homes will soon be surrounded by floating restaurants, all of which exclusively manufactured by Admares in the purpose-build facilities located in Rauma, Finland before transported to Dubai and finally towed at Marasi Business Bay. Equipped with the latest technology, the state-of-the-art buildings are the UAE’s first water homes that will feature both pedestrian and boat access, are located at the heart of the marina taking shape at Marasi Business Bay and set to become the development’s main architectural trait. The finished products combine centuries of ship building heritage with cutting-edge design that will forever transform waterfront living in the emirate. Marasi Business Bay, once complete, will not only feature state-of-the-art water homes that come with pools and are surrounded by floating restaurants, it will also see the Park, the...

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The freshly completed world’s largest cruise ship – HARMONY OF THE SEAS

Gettone Group completed this major project in 2016 and the super-sized cruise ship is now on its way from France.   Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, is capable of accommodating up to 6,000 passengers. The astounding vessel, which is almost 165 feet longer than the height of the Eiffel Tower, is currently undergoing its first sea trial from France. The 1,188ft long Harmony of the Seas cost one billion US dollars, can carry 6,780 guests and 2,100 crew, and took more than two-and-a-half years to construct. Harmony of the Seas has 2,747 staterooms, with a wide variety of types, to accommodate (at double occupancy) 5,479 guests ranging from small interior rooms to larger rooms and suites, some of which are fitted with wall-mounted 80-inch screens, covering nearly the floor to ceiling, that show the ship's environment as if through a window, named 'virtual balconies'. These screens were first fitted on the Quantum class of cruise ships. A full 43 categories of stateroom types are offered, starting at a size of 180 square feet; several types of suites are available, including the new Royal Class.   Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas, complete with its 10-storey slide that turns in a serpentine movement, robots mixing cocktails at the Bionic Bar and...

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A MASTERPIECE OF INNOVATION – Burj Al Arab luxury Terrace beach resort

A MASTERPIECE OF INNOVATION - Burj Al Arab luxury Terrace beach resort   01.06.2016     Gettone Group has finalised construction of the Burj Al Arab luxury Terrace beach resort in cooperation with our customer, Admares OY.   The Terrace was built in Finland before being delivered to Dubai. The production facilities in Finland were originally designed for the construction of luxurious cruise ships and are ideal for the island development project. The 3,000 tonnes of steel will eventually become an ultra luxury product for the Dubai market.   The Terrace, a 10,000 sq.m artificial island housing a luxury leisure facility, stretches 100m into the Arabian Gulf from behind the iconic hotel.   It boasts freshwater and saltwater pools, beach, restaurant and bar, plus private cabanas with butler service. Linked by a central walkway and flanked by beaches and private cabanas, the Terrace features 10 million mosaic tiles and 1,000 tonnes of white sand, while pools feature four jacuzzis and a swim-up bar.   The world’s first off-site constructed island, called the North Deck, for the world famous 7 star Burj Al Arab hotel left Finland on 9 January and arrived in Dubai on a heavy lift vessel. The remaining works were finalised in Dubai. On arrival at the hotel, the six sections were lifted...

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MEGAYACHT – Ulysses 107m

01.03.2016 Gettone Group began this classified project in 2014, which is the first of its kind for us. Today, we are happy to announce that we have successfully completed this very challenging outfitting project and delivered this 100m long mega-yacht to our customer.     http://www.boatinternational.com/yachts/news/107m-kleven-explorer-yacht-ulysses-delivered-to-owner--27137  ...

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