Pasha Hawaii second ship to be RO/RO container combi

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pashamicroPasha Hawaii’s second ship from VT Halter Marine will not be a clone of its first, the RO/RO Jean Anne. The new ship, the Marjorie C, will be a a combination container and roll-on/roll-off vessel. It is scheduled to enter service in Fall 2013 and will serve the Mainland to Hawaii trade lane on a fortnightly basis, providing the only regularly scheduled direct calls to Kahului and Hilo for both RO/RO and container shipments.



Designed by the Uljanik Shipyard, Croatia, to serve container, automotive, rolling cargo and over high and wide clients, the ship will have flexible capability accommodating all sizes and types of containers and rolling cargo. A 120-ton stern ramp and three strong decks will accommodate over high and wide cargoes

The Marjorie C will maintain the same ports of call as the Jean Anne and sail the opposite schedule fortnightly, enabling the Pasha Hawaii fleet to offer weekly service between the Mainland and Hawaii.

Main Particulars
Length Overall ~ 692 ft
Beam ~ 106 ft
Draft ~ 31 ft
Deadweight ~ 26,600 tons
Quarter Stern Ramp Capacity ~ 250 tons
Quarter Stern Opening ~ 39.4 ft wide x 21.4 ft high
Container Capacity ~ 1,500 TEU
Automobile Capacity ~ 2,750 autos

April 5, 2011

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