Fittingly, the 27m catamaran passenger ferry was built by Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding and demonstrates the long-term, win/win collaborative relationships that are core to Incat Crowther’s culture.
Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the delivery of SEACOR next generation CrewZer Class catamarans, SEACOR Puma and SEACOR Panther.
NYC Ferry, the New York City ferry service started just three months ago, has already moved more than a million people.
Austal is pleased to announce the company’s first ever delivery to South Korea, a 50 metre high speed passenger ferry to Seaspovill.
Majestic Ferries’ Incat Crowther-designed fleet continues to grow with the delivery of Majestic Dream,the first of a new class of fuel-efficient 39m HSC compliant passenger vessels.
Austal is pleased to announce that the second 30 metre high speed passenger ferry for the 2Go Group, MV Saint Sariel, has been delivered in the Philippines.
Incat Crowther is pleased to announce that construction is underway for an innovative tour vessel to operate in Tasmania’s south west and this vessel will be operated by Gordon River Cruises.
Incat Crowther is pleased to announce contract with Legacy Marine Group of Port Elizabeth for the design of two new 18m Catamaran Dive Support Vessels to be built for Stapem Offshore.
The first two passenger vessels built by Metal Shark for New York’s new NYC Ferry have been completed and are now making their way to New York.