Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania reports that its latest high speed ferry, the 111-meter catamaran Volcán de Taidía, has been delivered to Spain’s Navieras Armas. She is now on her way to her
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania’s latest vessel, a 100 meter ship destined for Trinidad and Tobago, was floated out from the company’s dry dock on Hobart’s Derwent River on October 9. It is
JANUARY 18, 2019 — Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania is to build a new vessel to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. Incat Chairman Robert Clifford says the newbuild vessel will be delivered
The shipyard has previously specified Wärtsilä waterjets for a number of fast ferry projects. This latest order was placed in November.
The scope of supply includes four Wärtsilä LJX 1500 SRI waterjets and a Wärtsilä Lipstronic control system. The equipment is scheduled for delivery to the shipyard in September, 2016.
“The strong relationship between Wärtsilä and the Incat yard continues, and this latest order confirms the good cooperation that the two companies enjoy. It also underlines Wärtsilä’s commitment to the Australian market. We are pleased to once again be supplying Wärtsilä waterjets, which provide reliable and efficient propulsion for fast ferry applications,” says Hans Laheij, Sales Director, Wärtsilä Marine Solutions.
“Incat, and our client Mols Linien, have continued to be satisfied with the performance of the Wärtsilä waterjets on KatExpress 1 and KatExpress 2 so it was a logical decision to select the Wärtsilä LJX 1500 SRI jets for KatExpress 3,” says Robert Clifford, Incat Chairman.
Set for delivery in March 2017, KatExpress 3 is a 109 m long wave piercing catamaran capable of carrying around 1,000 passengers and with capacity for 411 cars or a mix of trucks, vans and cars. .