Design number: IC16222
An 18m Catamaran Dive Support Vessle customized for offshore dive operations.
Design number: IC15109
Vessel Name: Confidence 1, Confidence 2
A fleet of vessels serving a natural gas plant in Nigeria, offering a combination of efficent hulls, rugged contruxtion and simple layout.
Design number: ICO13005
Vessel Name: Ultramar
A ferry optimised for loading and disembarking more than 800 passengers with a robust platform fit for high turnaround frequency and exposed dock facilities.
Design number: IC15140
Vessel Name: cockle Bay and Blackwattle Bay
Cockle Bay and Blackwattle Bay are a pair of 12m ferries acting in an on-demand capacity on Sydney Harbour, offering low capital and
operational costs and generating low wash.
Design number: IC15128
Vessel Name: Korora
A near sister ship to Te Kotuku, Korora will operate in Auckland and adjacent coastal areas and evolves the design with the addition of a sundeck and an increase in passenger capacity to a total of 401. A second vessel to this design is under construction, to be launched in 2017.
Design number: ICO13047
Vessel Name: Grey Lady IV
The fourth vessel designed by Incat Crowther for Hyline Cruises, Grey Lady IV offers increased passenger capacity and the additon of a mid-deck
VIP area with exceptional forward vistas.
Design number: IC15191
A 50m HSC-compliant fast catamaran passenger ferry for Seaspovill in Korea.
Design number: IC16104
A spec build based on the successful D6. Vessel is available for purchase.
Design number: IC14008
A high-end tour vessel for Noumea operator that doubles as an evening cruise vessel.
Design number: IC14221
Vessel Name: Majestic 7
A new class of fuel-efficient 33 metre HSC catamaran passenger ferries to operate between Singapore and Batam.
Design number: IC15131
Design number: IC15111
A 20m catamaran ferry to ply the waters of Loch Ness in the search for Nessie, the famous Loch Ness Monster.
Design number: IC14157
A 50m multi-mission monohull patrol vessel for illegal fishing with the flexibility to lead in disaster relief and/or rescue operations, as well as to serve as a platform for research.
Design number: IC1059
Vessel Name: Luanda, Cacuaco
A pair of 36m ferries built in Spain for TMA Express in Angola. Designed to be structurally rugged and mechanically simple, these vessels achieve cost-effective efficiency.
Design number: IC11048
Vessel Name: RV Spirit of the Sound
A ground-breaking research and classroom vessel operated by Norwalk Aquarium in the USA. This vessel features 2 separate classroom areas, touch tanks, and ADA accessibility. Hi-tech batteries, solar panels and a hybrid drivetrain combine to provide a quiet, efficient vessel.
Design number: IC10104
Vessel Name: Bhagwan Dryden
Bhagwan Dryden is a modern, high-tech vessel which is a first-of-type fully integrated catamaran Dive Support Vessel. She features multiple power generation units coupled to an advanced control system to allocate power to azimuthing propulsors and deck equipment.
Design number: ICA1108
Vessel Name: Baru Gorgona, Baru Mucura, Baru Providencia, Baru Antares
A fleet of hard working rugged Fast Supply Vessels to operate in Brazil
Design number: IC12070
Vessel Name: Elizabeth Cook, Mary Reibey, Annabelle Rankin, Violet McKenzie
A new-generation Rocket vessel, with cutting edge design, low fuel consumption and increased capability for iconic Sydney Harbour operator, Captain Cook Cruises. 4 vessels in service.
Design number: ICA1212
Vessel Name: John Jacob
A modern and fuel-efficient design meeting the latest demands of crew supply vessels in the Gulf of Mexico, whilst maintaining continuity with existing fleet operational features.
Design number: ICA1252
Vessel Name: PTAS Amanah 1, PTAS Amanah 2, PTAS Amanah 3, PTAS Amanah 4, PTAS Amanah 5, PTAS Amanah 6, PTAS Amanah 7, PTAS Amanah 8, PTAS Amanah 9, PTAS Amanah 10
A series of Monohull Infield Utility Vessels operating in the oil fields in Brunei. Exceptional performance and comfort. 10 vessels in service.
Design number: ICA1008
Vessel Name: BS Maresias
A 45m fast crewboat for oil field crew transfers (1 vessel in service, 2 vessels under construction)
Design number: ICA1125, ICA13029
Vessel Name: Puma, Swissco Cheetah, Swissco Spring, Swissco Leopard
The first of this type of vessel built by Cheoy Lee, Swissco Cheetah is the latest in a long line of collaborative efforts between builder and designer, including a large number of successful aluminium and composite passenger vessels.
Design number: IC0819
Vessel Name: Yankee Freedom III
A new vessel for long term operator Yankee Fleet. Incat Crowther supported the operator in their bid for the operation license in Dry Tortugas National Park by developing a vessel that incorporates numerous environmental technologies.
Design number: IC1045
Vessel Name: Riverside Catalina, Riverside Mandalay
Two 32m Catamaran Ferries designed to support construction of a LNG plant in Queensland. Part of a 3 vessel fleet configured to optimize operational flexibility.
Design number: IC11060
Vessel Name: ASP Tyne, ASP Thames
A pair of Wind Farm Service Craft with excellent efficiency and seakeeping. Vessels feature rugged, replaceable bow fendering system for safe and reliable transfer of personnel to turbines. 2 vessels in service.
Design number: IC1081
Vessel Name: Runo
A 24m Catamaran Ro-Pax Ferry contract won by close cooperation with a fast growing European shipyard. Competitive vessel package and best-value build costs were imperative to the successful tender bid.
Design number: IC1061
Vessel Name: Kilimanjaro III
A high-capacity 35m Catamaran ferry designed to take full advantage of a successful offshore route in Africa. This is the third vessel for the operator, following on from the success of Kilimanjaro I and Kilimanjaro II.
Design number: IC0830
Vessel Name: Humber Guardian, Mersey Guardian, Severn Guardian, Solent Guardian
18m Survey vessel with on board accommodation and laboratory space. Excellent efficiency and seakeeping. Multiple units under construction in the UK. 3 vessels in service.
Design number: ICA0901
Vessel Name: Siem Piata; Siem Pendotiba
Monohull crew boat for operation in Brazil. Large deadweight capacity, capable of carrying 30 000 litres cargo fuels and 30 000 litres cargo fresh water. 3 units to be delivered.
Design number: CD342
Vessel Name: Sea Supreme, Sea Serene, Sea Superior, Sea Superb, Sea Smart, Sea Spirit, Sea Strike
A series of composite production catamarans built by Cheoy Lee Shipyards, Hong Kong. Female tooling for the production of 24 to 32m hulls to this design.
Design number: IC0930
Vessel Name: MV James Grant
An efficient, simple vessel for a repeat customer in Victoria. This is the first passenger ferry to use Incat Crowther's latest evolution of hull form, achieving excellent performance with minimal power.
Design number: IC0922
Vessel Name: Limitless
29m Catamaran Utility Vessel for operation in Australian coastal waters. High payload, speed and 15 tonne bollard pull. Flexible uses such as chase boat, crew transfer, fast freight or interisland transport.
Design number: IC0622
Vessel Name: Ultramar I, Ultramar II, Ultramar III, Ultramar IV
Three vessels deployed in Cancun, Mexico have resulted in significant fuel savings for the operator. Built from Incat Crowther supplied pre-cut aluminium kits.
Design number: IC0618
Vessel Name: Seacor Cougar, Seacor Cheetah
A revolutionary crew vessel capable of speeds in excess of 40 knots. Replaces heli transfer or multiple vessel operations due to its high speed, reliability and sea keeping. DP2 capability with DP weather envelope superior to any other vessel in this size range. Vessels deployed Angola and Azerbaijan with additional vessels under development.
Design number: IC0502
Vessel Name: Gemini, Pisces, Taurus, Scorpio
35m low power, low wash ferries for San Francisco's Water and Emergency Transit Authority. These eco-friendly vessels have won several awards, including Workboat Magazine's "Significant Boats of 2009". Fourth vessel to be delivered 2010.
Design number: IC0718
Vessel Name: Premium Dream
A vessel operating in Japan. Incat Crowther's unique structural design allowed a low deck to meet existing dock, whilst maintaining a high tunnel clearance for good seakeeping.
Design number: IC0706
Vessel Name: Eagle
A very successful three-deck cruise vessel for eco tours in Tasmania's south west wilderness area. On January 27 2012, this vessel pulled 145 water skiers, helping Horsehead Water Ski Club extend their world record!
Design number: ID2602
Vessel Name: Ed Rogowsky, Gene Flatow, Marians Heiskell, Sam Holmes, Seymour B Durst
A 22m Catamaran Ferry for dual use as a water taxi and harbour tour vessel. Six vessels deployed form the basis of a rapidly expanding operation in New York.
Design number: CD603
Vessel Name: Patea Explorer
A very effective sightseeing vessel operating in the remote waters of Doubtful Sound, New Zealand. Special attention was required to account for adverse weather and the remote location of the vessel.
Design number: ID2570
Vessel Name: Micat
A 58m medium-speed passenger and vehicle ferry capable of carrying 413 passengers and 49 4WD vehicles. Capable of beach landing. Steel hull with aluminium superstructure. This vessel features very low fuel consumption.
Design number: IC0803
A 40m super yacht. Naval architecture, marine and systems engineering and construction oversight by Incat Crowther. Exterior styling and interior design by Porsche Design. A new concept in super yacht design. 2 vessels under construction.
Design number: IC11057
Vessel Name: MMS Crusader
A Wind Farm Service Vessel with a large, flexible forward cargo deck capable of carrying a 20 foot ISO container either transversely or longitudinally. Features operation-specific bolt-on bow appendage, which enhances operational flexibility.
Design number: IC11054
Vessel Name: Dart Fisher
An exciting new Wind Farm Support Vessel unveiled by Supacat at the Seawork exhibition in Southampton. The new multi-purpose vessel offers unparalleled operational flexibility, comfort and safety.
Design number: ICA13041
Vessel Name: Alya McCall, Najla McCall
Superior speed and performance in delivering crew and supplies to the offshore industry.
Design number: IC15053
A speed efficient passenger vessel, to aid in the tourism industry.
Design number: ICA1230
A fast monohull designed to the Petrobras UT4000 specification.
Design number: IC14127
A pair of environmentally-friendly 400 passenger ferries to operate in San Francisco. 2 units under construction.
Design number: IC14175
27m Catamaran Passenger Ferry to aid in transportation.
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