Chinese Shipyard Fast Ferry Launch

Press Release
Friday, May 18, 2012
Photo credit Afai Southern

Afai Southern’s aluminum fast ferry “HAIYAO” for Haitong Shipping Co. launched successfully

“HAIYAO” is the second one of the 35m series vessels co-designed and built by Afai Southern. The first vessel “HAIJU” started its operation before the “ May Day” of this year, verified that the technical performance of this type of vessel is advanced, and the economical effect is good. The shipowner is said to be very satisfied.

The 35m aluminum catamaran fast ferry buit by Afai Southern for HAITONG SHIPPING CO.,LTD.ZHUHAI S.E.Z., launched successfully. The Chairman Mr. Lao Zhiwei of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of ZHUHAI, President Mr.Chen Yuanhe of ZHUHAI JIUZHOU TOURISM GROUP CO.,LTD., General Manager Mr. Li Hongyan of HAITONG SHIPPING, Director Mr. Zhengqin of Ship Survey Department of Guangzhou Branch of CCS, and other industry leaders witnessed the launching.

 


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