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  • ICA17212
  • ICA17212
  • ICA17212
  • ICA17212
ICA17212 ICA17212 ICA17212 ICA17212

The United States’ first hydrogen fuel cell powered ferry is on its way, proving that airborne ship pollution can be eliminated while retaining vessel range and speed. The vessel, to be named "Water-Go-Round", will produce zero emissions with its only by-product being water and will be operating in the San Francisco Bay area.

This project was supported by the "California Climate Investments" (CCI) program.

Design No: ICA17212
Vessel Name:
Platform: Catamaran
Length Overall: 21.3m
Length Measured:
Length Waterline:
Beam: 7.5m
Beam Hull:
Draft Hull: 1.1m
Draft Skeg:
Draft Max: 1.5m
Depth: 2.9m
Passengers: 84
Guests:
Special Personnel:
Crew: 2
Survivors:
Cars:
Deck Area:
Deck Cargo:
Fuel:
Fuel (Day Tanks):
Fuel (Delivery Tanks):
Fresh Water: 379 litres
Grey Water:
Sullage: 379 litres
Black Water:
Fuel (cargo):
Fresh Water (cargo):
Oil Dispersant:
Rig Water:
Deadweight:
Loaded Displacement:
Service Speed: 20 knots
Maximum Speed: 24 knots
Range:
Main Engines: 2 x AC Traction Motors
Generators (Prime):
Installed Power: 2 x 360kW
Hybrid System:
Gearboxes:
Propulsion: 2 x Propellers
Generators:
Generators (Emergency):
Solar Panels:
Batteries:
Dynamic Positioning:
Bow Thrusters:
Ride Control System:
Crew Transfer System:
Construction Material: Marine grade aluminium
Flag:
Class: USCG Subchapter “T”