Ferries

In what it calls "a gratifying end" to a long running patent infringement dispute in Australia, Sweden's Stena Rederi AB says that it and  Australian shipbuilder Austal have "reached an amicable settlement, for an undisclosed…
Hydrogenics Corporation (Nasdaq:HYGS) (TSX:HYG) has received a contract from Statue Cruises, LLC, a subsidiary of Hornblower Cruises & Events for the delivery of two HyPM HD 16 fuel cell power modules delivering up to 33…
STX Finland Oy and Viking Line ABP have now firmed up an agreement announced in October covering construction of an environmentally friendly, new generation 2,800 passenger cruise ferry for Viking Line. The agreement includes an…
Austal today moved its largest ever catamaran out of the fabrication hall at its Henderson, Western Australia, shipyard. The 113 m long vessel is being built for Denmark's Nordic Ferry Service The vessel will be…
Boats, Inc., Warren, R.I., has been adding to its order book. Recent contract include an award by the Maine Department of Transportation to build a 110-foot passenger ferry for the Casco Bay Island Transit District.…
Statue Cruises, a subsidiary of Hornblower Cruises & Events., has signed an agreement with Derecktor Shipyards in Bridgeport, Conn., to complete the world's first hybrid ferry using hydrogen fuel by April 2011. The new 1,400-horsepower…
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is a step closer to taking delivery of two new medium-size ferry vessels. The 42 m vessels will each carry 16 cars and 80 passengers and are under construction…
Though Washington State Ferries (WSF) says it will work to implement a majority of 36 recommendations made by an independent expert panel to improve ferry operations, it is not rushing to deal with one suggestion:…
Australian high-speed catamaran pioneer Incat is set to notch up another first. Under construction at its Hobart, Tasmania, shipyard is Hull 069, a 99 m cat that, says Incat, will be "the world's first high…
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