Xiamen-built RoRo Sold to Britain

Monday, January 09, 2006
China delivered a large RoRo for motor vehicles to Zodiac shipping company in Britain. Named Morning Miracle, the ship was independently developed and built by Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd. It is the first of the six roll-on-roll-off vessels for motor vehicles the British firm ordered from the Xiamen company. The 182.8-meter-long Morning Miracle is able to accomodate 4,900 cars and it can also load many other types of vehicles, including trucks and dump carriers, the company officials said. Source: Xinhua
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