SGdP has a long tradition of repair and conversion of all types of ships. Thanks to its position in the Port of Genoa and its proximity to a major Mediterranean cruise terminal, the company has focused over the years mainly on the passenger ship segment (cruise liners and ferries), having completed numerous important projects and gained vast experience in that area.
Over the past 30 years, the shipyard has developed into every segment of the market, ranging from commercial vessels such as cargo ships, tankers, LNG/LPG carriers to military vessels and large offshore units. Against the backdrop of an ever-changing market and the tendency of shipowners to build increasingly large vessels, the shipyard decided to take over larger facilities, namely Chantier Naval de Marseille, in France.
The proximity of these shipyards, to two of the most important cruise terminals in the Mediterranean, and yard vast experience gained over the past nearly 100 years of history and its broad range of facilities and dry-docks (dry-dock No. 10 in Marseille is 465 m long and 85 m wide) allows SGdP and CNdM to complement each other in every type of project, even the most complex, and to handle any type of vessel, whether It be super-sized containers for offshore platforms or large LNG and passenger ships.