Color Line follows the LNG trendTaken from: Passenger Ship Technology Summer 2012
Norwegian operator Color Line is looking to have a 160m liquefied natural gas-powered ferry join its fleet but is yet to choose a yard for the project. The new ferry is intended to replace 1971-built Bohus on the Sandefjord to Strømstad route in summer 2014.
The design will be inspired by Super Speed 1 and Super Speed 2, both constructed in 2008, and will have capacity for 2,000 passengers and 500 cars. “Together with the hull shape, efficient propulsion machinery will enable the s....Please login to read the rest of this story
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