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For the past six months Incat Tasmania has been building two 35metre high speed passenger ferries for operations on the River Thames in London.
The latest delivery from Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania Akane, an 85 metre high speed Wave Piercing Catamaran Ferry, Incat hull 068, will arrive in Japan early April.
Incat Tasmania’s Hobart Shipyard has been awarded a contract to build six new ferries to operate on Sydney’s Inner Harbour.
Incat is very pleased to announce it has been selected by Virtu Ferries of Malta to design and build a 110 metre vehicle passenger (RoPax) ferry.
A new generation fast ferry has left Tasmania on her delivery voyage to Denmark via the Panama Canal. The Express 3 is a 109 metre high speed vehicle-passenger ferry from Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania for Danish operator Molslinjen
Australian shipbuilder Incat has been awarded a significant contract for the design and construction of a large new vehicle-passenger ferry for a major European operator.
Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd, Australian shipbuilder, has secured a contract for the construction, delivery and long term charter of a large fast vehicle ferry for Danish company Mols-Linien A/S.
Incat ships retain the transatlantic speed & endurance record the hales trophy
Twenty five years ago headlines around the world announced a new world record, the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, by a ship built in Australia.
Incat Tasmania staff will be hard at work over the next nine months with six ferries to deliver by early in the New Year. Incat Chairman Robert Clifford said “An order announced today for four new ferries for Manly Fast Ferry in Sydney