Ferries

DECEMBER 14, 2016 — Under the headline "the High Seas," Britain's Daily Mail reports that 13 crew members of a P&O Ferries cross-Channel ferry have been suspended after failing random tests. The Scottish Sun, which…
DECEMBER 9, 2016 — Seaspan Ferries Corporation (SFC) is reports that the Seaspan Swift, the first of two new dual-fueled/hybrid (diesel, LNG and battery) ferries, is currently docked at the SFC Tilbury Terminal in Delta,…
DECEMBER 8, 2016 — Gulfstream Shipbuilding, Freeport, FL, has been awarded a contract through the United States Department of Homeland Security for a passenger/vehicle ferry to service New York and Connecticut waters. This 118' x…
DECEMBER 6, 2016 — ABB's electrification of two 238 m ferries for Sweden's HH Ferries Group is moving ahead. HH Ferries, which operates the ferry route between Helsingborg (Denmark)and Helsingör (Sweden), has selected Öresund Dry…
DECEMBER 5, 2016 – Lynne Griffith is to retire as Washington State Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary for the Washington State Ferries Division at the end of January. Ferries division Chief of Staff Elizabeth Kosa,…
DECEMBER 4, 2016 — Stavanger, Norway, headquartered shipowner Norled says it intends to start a regular day cruise connection between Key West, FL, and Havana, Cuba. "We understand there may be a significant interest for…
NOVEMBER 30, 2016 — Korean ferry operator Miraejet Co. Ltd. recently named its Damen Fast Ferry 4010 JET MV Nina in a ceremony at the Busan International Ferry Terminal. Nina was named after one of…
NOVEMBER 21, 2016—A six-month pilot project connecting St. Petersburg and Tampa, FL, was recently launched by HMS Ferries, Inc. The new “Cross Bay Ferry,” which is designed to demonstrate water transportation technology and service options…
NOVEMBER 20, 2016 —Construction of the first Incat Crowther designed vessels for New York City's new Citywide ferry service has marked another milestone with completion of the superstructure for the first ferry. Officials from Hornblower,…
NOVEMBER 15, 2016 — A Netherlands ferry operator is to increase the capacity of a freight catamaran with a conversion that includes inserting a new 20 m long mid section. Rederij Doeksen has contracted Damen…
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