Car ferries

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Aker Finnyards' wide experience as a builder of both efficient ro-ro vessels and luxury...

STX Finland Rauma shipyard delivered to SeaFrance car-passenger ferry Seafrance Rodin on November 2001. The 2,000 lm / 32,000 grt vessel has a length...

Three high-speed aluminium catamarans have been delivered to Swedish Stena Ab in 1996-1997: GTS Stena Explorer, GTS Stena Voyager and GTS Stena Discovery. These three uniquely constructed HSS liners are the world's largest high-speed...

STX Europe, Rauma has built for Irish Continental Group, trading as Irish Ferries, the world's largest vehicle carrying cruise ferry. The vessel has capacity for 2,000 persons and 4,000 lane metres of vehicle deck space. It is designed...

STX Finland delivered from its Helsinki yard on April 2008 a fast passenger-car ferry called Viking XPRS for Viking Line. The vessel worth EUR 130 million gave 700 man years of work for the yard.

The environmentally friendly fast ferry designed...


Main Characteristics
Shipowner: Minoan Lines Shipping
Year: 2000

Main Characteristics
Shipowner: Minoan Lines Shipping
Year: 2002

Main Characteristics
Shipowner: Tirrenia
Year: 2003


Country Macau
Client Venetian Marketing...

Country New Caledonia
Client ...

Country To Be Confirmed
Client Currently available
Hull number 270

Country Australia
Client Kangaroo Island SeaLink

Country Turkey
Client Istanbul Deniz Otobusleri (IDO)
Hull number 63...


Number Built: 4
Years Delivered: 1967-1968


This highly functional ferry was built with a view to the constantly increasing traffic on the Weser and the corresponding growing danger of collision. The risk of a severe accident has...


The Pont-Aven is the flagship of the French-British ferry operator Brittany Ferries. It was delivered by MEYER WERFT in March 2004. She counts among the most modern...

In 1993 MEYER WERFT established a new record by building the world greatest cruise liner SILJA EUROPA....

The Puerto Vallarta is one of six ships which were called the “Papenburg Sisters” in the 1970s. Three of these ships were delivered to the Mexican...


Length O. A. 162.0m
Length B. P. 150.0m
Breadth mld 23.60m
Depth mld 14.55m
Draft (design) 5.6m


DSME has acquired advanced technology in building sophisticated passenger car ferries from its experience of building three 40-knot class ultra-high speed ferries with 472 passenger...


This Hike Metal Products Custom Manufactured Vehicle Transport Ferry is a 100ft x 40ft ro-ro ferry and...


Main Engines 4 x 3910 HP MTU 16 V 4000-M73L


SKS 165 PCU (Personal Car Unit) LNG Powered Double Ended Ferry – two (2) vessels were built for Norled from Norway.

Design: LMG Marin/Norway in cooperation with Remontowa Marine Design and Consulting.



The series of double ended ferries is built for Norwegian Owner.

The vessels are built according to the project of REMONTOWA Marine Design & Consulting Sp. z o.o. (previously...

Ro-Ro Car and Passenger Ferry “FINLAGGAN” was built for Scotland UK Owner and designed by REMONTOWA Marine Design & Consulting Sp. z o.o.


Designed by LMG Marin/Norway in cooperation with REMONTOWA Marine Design & Consulting Sp. z o.o..

The vessels comply with the NMD rules and requirements as a gas fuelled open deck double ended...

Vessel meets requirements of DnV for class
DnV +1A1 – RE – CAR FERRY B – E0
Main Particulars
Length over all 70,60 m
Length of cardeck 66,00 m
Breadth moulded 14,20 m
Breadth maximum...


The Evolution One12 is capable of carrying up to 1,500 tonnes deadweight and is the largest diesel powered...

The Evolution One12 is capable of carrying up to 1,500 tonnes deadweight and is the largest diesel powered...

The Evolution One12 is capable of carrying up to 1,500 tonnes deadweight and is the largest diesel powered...

The Evolution One12 is capable of carrying up to 1,500 tonnes deadweight and is the largest diesel powered...


Nichols Brothers Boat Builders successfully launched the first 144-Car Washington Sate Ferry Superstructure...

Nichols Brothers Boat Builders immediately began work on the second Washington State 144-Car Ferry Superstructure...

The Kennewick, the last 64-Car Ferry built in the Kwa-di Tabil Class was completed in 2011. The vessel, operates in Puget Sound from Coupeville to Port Townsend. Nichols completed...

The Salish, number two of three in the Kwa-di Tabil Class (64-car Ferries) built for Washington State Ferries was completed in 2011. NBBB partnered with Prime Contractor, Todd...

The Chetzemoka was the first of three Washington State Ferries built as the Kwa-di Tabil Class (64-Car Ferries). Nichols Brothers Partnered with Todd Pacific Shipyards, who was Prime Contractor...


LOA: 100’
BEAM: 40’-6"


Main Particulars:


Length 50.00 ft 15.24 m
Beam 12.00 ft 3.66 m
Draft 2.30 ft 0.70 m
Design Displacement 30,000.00 lbs 13,608.00 kgs
Fuel Cap 100.00 us gal 378.54 ltrs


The FlyingCat 45is the little brother of the FlyingCat 52 and is based on the same design principles. The FC 45 concept was introduced in 2002 and can carry both passengers and...

The FlyingCat 50 is designed to carry both passengers and cars. The FC 50 concept was introduced in 1998 and has been produced as passenger only versions and pax/car-versions.
Passenger areas sports an enviable level...

The JumboCat 60 is a car and passenger high-speed catamaran constructed for passenger capacities between 450 and 600. Car capacity is up to 60 and space for two large buses.
The JC 60 concept...

Fjellstrand introduced the FerryCat 120 in 2003. The concept is a double ended, medium speed car and passenger ferry based on a catamaran hull.
The speed is 22 knots, the car deck has space for 120 cars, or a mix of cars...

Fjellstrand is now developing the next generation of size FerryCat. The FerryCat 240 will have capacity for...


How to choose this product


A car ferry is designed for the transport of vehicles and passengers.


These vessels usually link two ports in relatively close proximity.


Such ferries are equipped with ramps for rapid vehicle loading. They usually have one or more open-plan decks designed for a certain number of vehicles. Passenger areas may have armchairs or cabins.

How to choose

Choice will depend on typical weather conditions and the distance between ports in the zone of operation. Other factors include vehicle and passenger capacity, and engine characteristics.

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