First Iran-made Liner Set for Launch

Friday, March 10, 2006
The first Iran-made ocean liner, named Iran-Arak, will be launched next week, Iran Mania reported. The Iran-Arak is the largest ocean liner constructed by a Middle Eastern country, adding that the project was undertaken by Iran Offshore Industries Company at a cost of $35 million. The vessel is one of the five shipbuilding projects implemented at the company and took two years to complete. It will have the capacity to carry 2,130 containers. Iran-Saei, which was named after Hadi Saei, Iran’s taekwondo gold medalist at the Athens Olympics, is 300 meters. (Source: Iran Mania)
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