There is ample seating in the enclosed and air-conditioned lower deck, with both covered and uncovered open air seating on the top deck. There is a well-appointed snack bar and bar in the cabin, as well as some of the most comfortable seating available in the ferry market today (the owners even made them remove a few rows of seats just to make sure there was enough leg room for their passengers).
The total available seat count is 174, with 122 in the interior. Seating is all chairs, not benches. The U.S. Coast Guard capacity is 149 passengers.
Electronics & Navigation
2 Furuno 15 kW radars with 6' antenna arrays
2 Furuno GPS units
Single side band radio
2 VHF marine radios
Engine Details & Mechanical
The vessel operates at 30 knots light, 29 knots fully loaded. Fuel consumption for both engines combined is 130 gph at full power. This low fuel consumption combined with her low crew count requirement of one captain plus two crew make her a very economical and environmentally-friendly vessel to operate.
This twin-hulled catamaran reached speeds of 31 knots during her trial run.
Twin Cummins KTA 38-M2 diesels, 1320 hp each, 1,950 rev/min.
Propulsion is prop driven through ZF marine gears
5-Bladed, fixed-pitch propellers
ZF reduction gearboxes
2 Northern Light 25 kW generators
Air conditioning/heating throughout
Construction & Finish
Since 1955 Gladding-Hearn has produced more than 340 high quality commercial vessels. Gladding-Hearn is renowned for its ability to design and build unique and specialized craft such as Fast Ferries, Police and Fire boats, Pilot boats, Tug boats, Fishing boats, Research vessels and other distinctive vessels.
Incat is an internationally renowned cutting-edge designer and manufacturer of high-speed aluminum catamaran ferries. Incat craft have universal appeal to the commercial operator. The vessels offer fast transit, fast turnaround in port, flexibility and versatility in vehicle deck layout, passenger comfort, shallow draft, minimal crewing numbers and reliable and economic operation.
The vessel has a second generation S-Bow configuration. This design includes a resiliently mounted "floating superstructure" to reduce the levels of noise and vibration in the passenger spaces.
This high speed ferry was launched in July 2004. She is ocean capable and goes 35 knots. Her new condition, state of the art appointments and economical running costs make her very desirable.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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