The Government of Tasmania has pulled the plug on plans for TT-Line to build two replacement ferries at Finnish shipbuilder Rauma Marine Constructions. Instead it is setting up a task force to
Kongsberg Maritime has booked a milestone order that will see it make its first delivery of large-size waterjets to Incat. Kongsberg says its scope of supply for the Tasmanian based shipbuilder’s 76
Nairana, an Incat Crowther designed all-aluminum ferry recently delivered to SeaLink Tasmania by Australian shipbuilder Richardson Devine Marine (RDM), is equipped with state-of-the-art propulsion solutions from Schottel. A structurally identical sister ship
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania recently launched a new 111-meter catamaran ferry from its shipyard at Hobart’s Prince of Wales Bay. Sea trials are scheduled to commence in the first week of July.
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd has secured a contract to build what it says will be the world’s largest aluminum ship for longstanding customer Buquebus. According to Australian media reports, the
DECEMBER 24, 2018 — Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania recently launched a 110 m vehicle / passenger ferry for Virtu Ferries at its Hobart, Tasmania, shipyard. The ship will commence sea trials in
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
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
OCTOBER 7, 2016 — Incat is to design and build a 110 m vehicle passenger (RoPax) ferry for Virtu Ferries of Malta. Virtu says the ferry represents an investment of Euros 75
MARCH 10, 2015 — A 220 passenger, 35 m catamaran currently under construction by Tasmanian shipbuilder Richardson Devine Marine (RDM) has been codeveloped by Incat Crowther and owner World Heritage Cruises (WHC).