Kegoya floats out second 98m ferry for Chelsea Logistics

Starlite Venus' launching ceremony in Kegoya Dock's Hiroshima shipyard on January 15, 2020 (Photo: CLC)

Japan’s Kegoya Dock has floated out the second of two ferries in a series ordered by Philippines-based Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corporation (CLC).

As with sister vessel Trans-Asia 20, which was delivered to CLC subsidiary Trans-Asia Shipping Lines (TASLI) in November 2019, Starlite Venus will have a length of 98 metres and capacity for 740 passengers and 28 vehicles once completed.

The vessel is scheduled to be delivered to CLC subsidiary Starlite Ferries in April 2020.

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