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Incat is expanding the size of the world’s biggest aluminium shipbuilding hall at its Prince of Wales Bay yards to enable the construction of bigger vessels.
Wärtsilä is to provide the waterjets for Virtu Ferries’ new high-speed ferry, which is under construction at Incat Tasmania’s yard in Australia.
SOARING global demand for fast ferries has fired up production and staff numbers at Tasmanian shipbuilder Incat.
The 109 m high speed vehicle-passenger catamaran ferry Express 3 has departed Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania on her delivery voyage to Denmark.
THE first of two new Manly Fast Ferries was at Manly today as part of its trials and staff training, and both new vessels could be in service by the end of the week.
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