Graphics for BC Ferries to Promote Olympics

Friday, September 14, 2007
The exterior graphic designs have been unveiled for two more Super C-class vessels that will sail from Europe to join the BC Ferries fleet next year. Like the first ship in the series –Coastal Renaissance, the second and third ships –Coastal Inspiration and Coastal Celebration will also feature giant photographs of winter sports and British Columbia scenes to serve as massive invitations to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

BC Ferries has been collaborating with VANOC and 3M Canada to design and create the giant decals, the largest marine application of printed graphics ever undertaken. All of the decals were produced in Vancouver and will be applied at the shipyard in Flensburg, Germany.

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