Newbuild Catamaran Passenger Vessel for Sale

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Image: Incat Crowther

Incat Crowther announced that a 25m Catamaran Passenger Vessel is under construction at Aluminium Marine in Brisbane and available for purchase.

The vessel is based on the Spirit of Queenstown, also built by Aluminium Marine, launched in 2013. The vessel is compliant with Australian NSCV code for vessels under 24m and under 25 knots.

According to Incat Crowther, like all Aluminium Marine vessels, including Fantasea Sunrise, Freedom Sovereign and Cobia, she is being built to a very high standard and is customizable to the operator’s requirements. The vessel can be configured for commuter service or tourist operations.

The vessel will be fitted with a pair of Yanmar 6AYM-WGT main engines, and will efficiently and comfortably operate at a service speed of 24 knots in a loaded condition.

Incat Crowther asks for those interested in enquiring about the vessel to contact Sydney office or Aluminium Marine.

Specifications – 25m Catamaran Ferry

Principal dimensions
Length Overall: 82’ 1” / 25.0m
Length Waterline: 80’ 5” / 24.5m
Beam Overall: 26’ 3” / 8.0m
Draft (hull): 4’ / 1.2m
Draft (prop): 5’ 11” / 1.8m
Depth: 8’ 3” / 2.5m
Construction: Marine grade aluminium

Capacities
Fuel Oil: 1585 gallons / 4 000 litres
Fresh Water: 132 gallons / 500 litres
Sullage: 132 gallons / 500 litres
Passengers: 196
Crew: 4

Propulsion and performance
Speed (Service): 24 knots
Speed (Max): 26 knots
Main Engines: 2 x Yanmar 6AYM-WGT
Power: 2 x 911hp / 670kW @ 1938rpm
Propulsion: 2 x Propellers
Generators: 2 x 62.5kVA

Regulatory
Flag: Australia
Class / Survey: NSCV 1C

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