Kongsberg Maritime is pleased to announce a milestone order which will see the company making its first delivery of large-size waterjets to Incat, Tasmania-based designers and builders of high-speed, environmentally-efficient wave-piercing catamaran ferries.
The Afai 08 is a dual-hulled vessel built in the year 1998 in collaboration between the Australian shipbuilding giant Incat and the Hong Kong conglomerate Afai. The vessel’s singularity comes from the fact that it is capable of accommodating both people as well as a given number of motor vehicles.
Condor express is a super fast car catamaran from the famous shipbuilding of Incat. The vessel pierces through the waves at a super speed of 40 knots. The Condor Express combines a unique blend of functionality with power and class.
The Devil Cat wave piercing catamaran is a high speed wave piercing passenger ferry having a high speed of 50 knots. The Devil Cat is one of the finest and the fastest passenger ferries at the sea.
Rolls-Royce is to supply four 20-cylinder Series 8000 engines from MTU to Australian shipyard Incat Tasmania.
The 70 metre Fast Crew Boat (FCB) was christened Muslim Magomayev at a ceremony at the Incat shipyard on Monday 15th September. This is the first vessel that Australian Shipbuilder Incat Tasmania has purpose built for the Oil and Gas industry.