JUNE 20, 2017 — A 36 m monohull passenger ferry designed by Incat Crowther and built by Strategic Marine’s Vietnam shipyard is now fulfilling a dual role for Mary D Cruises in
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The main deck allows for four passenger loading stations and features a large cabin, hosting 286 first-class seats, 20 lounge seats, and four handicap accommodation seating areas. The cabin also features a kid’s play area with surrounding seating.
On the aft deck is a cargo room with cargo loading gates, able to fit a portable conveyor belt for efficient loading and unloading. The aft deck also features three restrooms, one of them handicapped accessible.
The mid deck features cabin hosting 144 first-class seats and 32 lounge seats.
Forward of the cabin is the raised wheelhouse, with wing control stations on port and starboard sides. Aft of the cabin, a spacious deck that offers 112 exterior seats. A mini-bar is located in the center of the arrangement with a stage for entertainment behind the cabin.
The upper deck provides a large observation area including 36 exterior seats.Five MTU 16V400M63L engines power the ferries five Hamilton HM-811 water jets via ZF-7650 gearboxes, giving it a service speed of 37 knots.
Electrical requirements are met by two 150 ekW generator sets.
A 200hp bow thruster will enhance maneuverability and station keeping.
No word on the shipbuilder.
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