Incat Crowther-designed Ro-Pax to serve Bruny Island

A double-ended aluminium Ro-Pax catamaran design by Incat Crowther will be used for a new ferry that will sail to and from Bruny Island in Tasmania.

The vessel will be operated by SeaLink Trave Group and will be built by Richardson Devine Marine in Hobart. It will go into service in December 2019.

The vessel will be able to carry 36 cars and 150 passengers. Three of the vehicle lanes will be unrestricted in height, with the central two lanes carrying a total 90 lane metres of trucks.

Propulsion will be provided by four Scania D113 070M 184kW main engines.

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