First NYC Ferry Takes to the Water in the Big Apple

First NYC Ferry Takes to the Water in the Big Apple

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the christening of the first ferry in NYC Ferry’s fleet, as a subsequent pair of vessel arrive in New York. The first vessel has been christened Lunch Box, following a naming competition held amongst New York school students. 

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Incat Crowther to Design 18m Catamaran Dive Support Vessels

Incat Crowther to Design 18m Catamaran Dive Support Vessels

Monday, April 24, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce its recent contract with Legacy Marine Group of Port Elizabeth, South Africa for the design of two (2) new 18 meter Catamaran Dive Support Vessels to be built for Stapem Offshore for operation in the coastal waters off Angola. 

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First Pair of 20m Catamaran Passenger Ferries Delivered to Nigeria

First Pair of 20m Catamaran Passenger Ferries Delivered to Nigeria

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the delivery of two 20m catamaran passenger ferries, Confidence 1 and Confidence 2. The vessels are the first in a series of four vessels built by SAM Aluminium in Singapore.  

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Successful Delivery of Fast Supply Vessels

Successful Delivery of Fast Supply Vessels

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the recent delivery of the final six of a dozen 48m DNV Classed DP-1 Monohull Fast Supply Vessels built by ETP Engenharia in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Baru Serrana, Baru Tesoro, Baru Sinu, Baru Sirius, Baru Taurus, and Baru Vega were all delivered over the last several months by ETP to Baru Offshore, a subsidiary of INTERTUG, for charter with Petrobras.

The vessel design has been optimized to comply with the Petrobras UT4000 Fast Supply Vessel specification. Liquid capacities include 42,000 litres of ship’s fuel, 90,000 litres of cargo fuel, 10,000 litres of ship’s water and 88,000 litres of cargo fresh water.

The vessels are equipped with an expansive aft cargo deck of 225 square meters of usable area rated for 3 tonnes per square meter and a total capacity of 250 tonnes of deck cargo.

An additional 30 sq. meters of cargo area is provided inside the main deck cabin, allowing for carriage of items out of the elements, such as food, medical supplies, small tools and similar type cargoes. This space has the ability to be reconfigured for the carriage of 60 offshore personnel. Also housed in the main deck cabin are wet room and laundry facilities.

Six cabins accommodating 11 crew, as well as a mess, galley and bathrooms are provided below deck of each vessel.

The vessels are powered by four Cummins QSK 50 main engines, each rated at 1800hp @ 1900 rpm. Propulsion is by way of fixed-pitched propellers, while two 150 hp electric tunnel bow thrusters enhance maneuverability for the DP classed vessels. The vessels have a service speed of 21 knots.

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Ultramar Takes Delivery of High-End 48m Catamaran Ferry

Ultramar Takes Delivery of High-End 48m Catamaran Ferry

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the delivery of the vessel Ultramar, a high capacity 48m Catamaran Passenger Ferry for the Mexican operator Ultramar. 

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Delivery of 43m Dive Support Vessel

Delivery of 43m Dive Support Vessel

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the completion and delivery of the Oceanicasub V, the second of a pair of 43m Monohull Subsea Dive Support Vessels (SDSV) constructed by Arpoador Shipyard in Guaruja’, Brazil. The vessels are owned and operated by Oceanica of Rio de Janeiro for charter by the Brazilian oil giant, Petrobras. The innovative design is the culmination of a close collaboration by the designer, builder, and operator.
 

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On-Demand Ferries to Service Sydney's Bay Precinct

On-Demand Ferries to Service Sydney's Bay Precinct

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the launch of Cockle Bay and Blackwattle Bay. Built by Richardson Devine Marine, the pair of 12m ferries are the first vessels in a new class of small low impact ferries that respond to a need for transport to serve Sydney’s rapidly developing Bays Precinct.  

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