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|High speed catamaran (HSC) INCAT 046 is a wave-piercing catamaran passenger-vehicle ferry. It has operated under various marketing names, including Devil Cat, The Cat and now The Lynx. |
|Catamaran near Perth Western Australian||09/14/2005||275|
|The Natchan World catamaran car ferry was launched from the Incat Shipyard in Hobart, Tasmania, on 18 February 2008. The vessel is the second ferry constructed by Incat Tasmania for owner Toyo Shipping Line Co Ltd and operator Higashi Nihon Ferry. |
The ship was delivered on 18 April 2008 following extensive sea trails in Prince of Wales Bay. Her sister ship, the Natchan Rera, was...
|11 very large trimarans and one equally big catamaran. All moored up together. Must be part of major ocean race. Also they look a lot like Space Invaders.||09/16/2005||309|
|The betico is a catamaran ferry that join noumea to the loyauté islands (lifou, maré, ouvéa, ile des pins)... It was built in perth (australia).||06/23/2006||267|
|This is the famous "Big Boat", KZ1, that New Zealand used for its 1988 challenge.|
Dennis Conners replied with a catamaran and the rest is history.
KZ1 is now on display outside the Maritime Museum.
New Zealand won the cup in 1995
|HSC Manannan is a high-speed catamaran car ferry owned and operated by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. She arrived in Douglas on 11 May 2009 after a major refit in Portsmouth. She was renamed after Manannán mac Lir, the Celtic god of the sea, and made its maiden service voyage with the Steam Packet Company on Friday 22 May 2009 with the 07:30 sailing from Douglas to Liverpool. |
|The HSC Condor Vitesse is a 86m fast catamaran ferry operated by Condor Ferries. |
Condor Vitesse was built in 1997 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia as Incat 044 but was not ordered by any ferry company. She was sent to Europe and arrived in July 1997 in Portland and was later moved to Århus, Denmark. By moving the vessel to Europe, Incat hoped that she would attract a bu...
|Sea Flyer is a unique hybrid lifting body ship that combines the high-speed capabilities of a hydrofoil and the rough-water stability of a small waterplane area twin hull (SWATH). A former Navy Surface Effects Ship SES-200 (IX-515), the vessel was converted in stages between 2000 and 2003 by Navatek, Ltd (a subsidiary of Pacific Marine and Supply, Ltd), with funding from the Office of Naval Res...||03/09/2009||881|