Ferries

MAY 31, 2017 — Schottel's new Rudder EcoPeller (SRE EcoPeller) is enjoying considerable success in environmentally-conscious Norwegian ferry operations. Eight new ferries ordered by two of Norway's leading ferry lines will be fitted with the Schottel…
MAY 30, 2017 — Norwegian ferry operator Fjord 1 has signed a contract with shipbuilder Fjellstrand for design and construction of a fully electric, battery powered ferry of the ZeroCat type. The ferry will operate…
MAY 22, 2017 — Rolls-Royce is to supply Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania with four 20-cylinder Series 8000 MTU engines. They will power the new high-speed ROpax catamaran ferry that Incat is building for Virtu Ferries for…
MAY 19, 2017 — Hydrus, the first in a series of four Incat Crowther designed 400-passenger catamaran ferries built for WETA, the Water and Emergency Transportation Authority of San Francisco, is now in service. The…
MAY 10, 2017 — Teams from the University of Liege, Webb Institute and the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, have taken the first, second and third prizes respectively in the Worldwide Ferry Safety Association (WFSA)…
MAY 9, 2017 — Rolls-Royce has received an order from the Förde Reederei Seetouristik (FRS) Shipping Group in Flensburg, Germany, to supply four 16-cylinder MTU Series 4000 engines and four Kamewa S71 waterjets. They have…
MAY 9, 2017 — Spain's Naviera Armas has awarded Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania a significant contract for the design and construction of a large new vehicle-passenger ferry. The contract price is EUR 74 million (about…
MAY 2, 2017 — Damen Shipyards recently demonstrated its next generation composite Water Bus, the 240, at an event held at its headquarters in Gorinchem, the Netherlands. Reactions from the guests included comments such as…
APRIL 29, 2017 — BC Ferries reports that Salish Raven, the third and final Salish Class LNG dual fuel vessel, is on its way from Remontowa Shipbuilding's Gdansk, Poland, shipyard. The vessel departed Gdansk, yesterday,…
APRIL 21, 2017 — The 109 m high speed vehicle-passenger catamaran ferry Express 3 has departed Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania on her delivery voyage to Denmark via the Panama Canal. The entirely new generation Express…
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