Hornblower Conducts Marine Master Planning for Ferry

Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Hornblower Marine Services (HMS) has secured a Marine Master Planning Contract with Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) for its Cape May-Lewes Ferry operation. Cape May-Lewes Ferry, in service since 1964, operates five 1,000 passenger/100 car ferries on a 17-mile route between Cape May, New Jersey and Lewes, Delaware. The year round operation carries some 1 million passengers and 350 thousand cars per year. HMS under the DRBA contract will provide the organization with marine master planning services resulting in a phased and comprehensive strategy to maintain, improve, and optimize operations and assets associated with their Cape May-Lewes Ferry operation.
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