SWITCH Maritime’s landmark Sea Change hydrogen-powered ferry project got a lot of attention at Marine Log’s FERRIES 2021 event. Now it is starting to get some much needed mass media coverage. Watch
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All American Marine Inc. (AAM), Bellingham, Wash., and vessel owner SWITCH Maritime report that the 70-foot, 75-passenger hydrogen fuel cell powered ferry Sea Change has been launched and has started operational trials.