Ferries

OCTOBER 26, 2017 — Australian naval architectural firm Incat Crowther marked an historic milestone with the design of its 500th vessel, following the launch of a new 27m catamaran passenger ferry built for the Massachusetts…
OCTOBER 19, 2017 — The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded Bollinger Shipyards of Lockport, LA, a $9.7 million contract for construction of a new river class vehicle ferry for the N.C. Ferry Division.…
OCTOBER 16, 2017 — Finland's Viking Line is taking the 91 m Incat wavepiercing catamaran HSC Express, which it has been operating on its Helsinki-Tallin route as Viking FSTR, out of commission tomorrow, October 17,…
OCTOBER 16, 2017 —The first two passenger vessels built by Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark under a four-vessel contract from Entertainment Cruises' Potomac Riverboat Company division have been delivered to Washington, D.C. and are now in…
OCTOBER 13, 2017 —Alberta, Canada, based Waiward Steel LP has delivered the Aurora Yukon, a 30 m barge ferry that will carry vehicles and passengers across the Mackenzie River at Norman Wells, Northwest Territories. The…
OCTOBER 9, 2017 — Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) has booked a contract, valued at EUR 126 million (about $148 million), to design and build two 117m high-speed vehicle passenger trimaran ferries for long time customer Fred…
OCTOBER 9, 2017 — Hyen, Norway, based Brødrene Aa reports that it has signed a new contract for three additional high speed carbon fiber catamaran ferries for the Chinese market. The customer, Zhongshan-Hong Kong Passenger…
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 — Wärtsilä has successfully tested its automatic wireless induction charging system on a hybrid powered coastal ferry. The tests were carried out on the 85 m long MF Folgefonn in Norwegian waters…
SEPTEMBER 15, 2017—Back on August 1, NYC Ferry—New York City’s new ferry service that connects Manhattan with the outer boroughs—celebrated the carriage of its 1 millionth passenger. An integral part of the new service, launched…
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 — Rolls-Royce is to deliver its first MTU EPA Tier 4-compliant propulsion systems to San Francisco Bay ferry operator WETA (Water Emergency Transportation Authority) for installation in three 44 m catamaran ferries…
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