Viking to Install AMOS

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

has received an order from Viking Line to equip their latest new built Viking ADCC with AMOS M&P and AMOS Q&S.

The vessel is planned to be in operation during the autumn of 2009. Viking ADCC is a fast ferry and is currently being built at Astilleros de Seville in . The vessel is being custom built for the route Kapellskar – Mariehamn and has a capacity of 1,500 passengers and 320 cars.

In accordance with the Viking standard, ADCC is constructed to produce minimal negative effects on the environment; All main and auxiliary engines are equipped with catalytic cleansing and low sulphur fuel will be used. No toxic anti fouling paints are used.

Viking ADCC is constructed to accommodate the disabled and people in wheel chairs. The interior has been designed by Tillberg Design. Viking ADCC will have a range of restaurants and the ability to host conferences as well as trade shows and exhibitions. All areas are equipped with Wireless Internet.

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