Tasmanian tour boat operator orders its eighth Incat Crowther vessel

Tasmanian tour boat operator World Heritage Cruises has ordered its eighth Incat Crowther designed vessel. Currently under construction at the Richardson Devine Marine shipyard in Hobart, the 220 passenger, 35 meter long

Incat Crowther designed landing craft will support U.K. research ship’s supply role

Exeter Fabrication in the U.K. has recently launched Terror, a 14.3 meter Incat Crowther designed monohull landing craft that will be one of two support craft on the British Antarctic Survey polar

ST Engineering Marine unveils new LNG catamaran design

With extreme volatility in oil price, offshore operators are now more conscious of operating expenses and looking for more cost-effective transfer solutions. In response, Singapore’s ST Engineering Marine has unveiled a design

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NYC Ferry takes delivery of first Tier 4 compliant vessels

Designer Incat Crowther reports that the the still expanding NYC Ferry by Hornblower has taken delivery of its first EPA Tier 4 compliant vessels. Named H401 and Curiosity, the 29 meter ferries

Indonesian yard launches first in new Incat Crowther 42 series

Indonesia’s PT Cahaya Saumdra shipyard has launched the Brilliance of Majestic for Singapore operator Majestic Fast Ferry. The vessel is the first of a new class of Incat Crowther 42 design vessels

Rhode Island Fast Ferry takes delivery of second Gladding-Hearn cat

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, Somerset, Mass. has delivered a second high-speed passenger ferry for Rhode Island Fast Ferry, Inc. It will enter service between Quonset Point, R.I., and Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., alongside

Wight Shipyard completes two cats for Mexican customer

Britain’s Wight Shipyard Co. has completed its second export order. Placed by Ultramar, the largest ferry operator in Mexico, it consists of two 37 meter catamaran fast ferries which will be transported

Chinese yard to build 296 passenger ferry for Danish operator

China’s Afai Southern Shipyard (Panyu Guangzhou) Ltd. is to build a 36 m, 296 passenger Incat Crowther designed fast ferry for Denmark’s Samsø municipality. The contract was won in an open international

Incat Crowther designs 1,000 passenger RoPax for China/Taiwan route

Incat Crowther is designing a 1,000 passenger high speed RoPax ferry for operation between mainland China and Taiwan. When in operation, the 113 m x 30.5 m catamaran will be the largest

Fisheries patrol cat is built for year round Irish Sea operations

Built by Mainstay Marine Solutions, Pembroke Docks, South Wales, the 19 m Catamaran Fisheries Patrol Vessel Lady Megan has been designed and built to a demanding specification for operation year round in

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