Estonian builder Baltic Workboats has introduced two new series of aluminium ferries to its product selection.
The first is an electric monohull ferry with a length of 23 metres, a beam of 6.5 metres, a maximum draught of 1.2 metres, and capacity for 100 passengers. The vessel will also have space for wheelchairs as well as 40 bicycles or mopeds.
The 23-metre ferry will have a cruising speed of 7.5 knots and a maximum speed of 8.6 knots.
The second is a catamaran vessel with a length of 30 metres, a beam of 9.5 metres, a maximum draught of 2.5 metres, and capacity for 200 passengers and 75 bicycles or mopeds.
Two Volvo Penta D13 diesel engines will deliver a cruising speed of 7.5 knots and a maximum speed of 9.7 knots. The propulsion configuration will also allow the ferry to sail with only one engine in the event of an emergency.
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