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
Richardson Devine Marine
DECEMBER 10, 2018 — Incat Crowther has unveiled the design of a 44.9 m x 13.4 m double-ended RoPax Ferry being built for Australia’s Sealink Travel Group by the Richardson Devine Marine
MAY 28, 2018 — Recently launched by Australian shipbuilder Richardson Devine Marine for Tasmania’s Gordon River Cruises, the Incat Crowther designed Spirit of the Wild is the first tour boat in Australia
MARCH 15, 2018 — A 45 m Incat Crowther design fast ferry ordered by Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, headquartered Azam Marine will be the world’s first ferry with Cummins QSK95 propulsion power.
NOVEMBER 14, 2917 — Built by Australia’s Richardson Devine Marine shipyard, the 30 m passenger ferry Isle of la Digue is the latest Incat Crowther design vessel for Seychelles operator Inter Island
JANUARY 25, 2017 — Australia’s Richardson Devine Marine shipyard has delivered a pair of 12 m ferries, the Cockle Bay and Blackwattle Bay, to Captain Cook Cruises. Designed by Incat Crowther, they
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).