High-speed car ferry SUPERFAST III

high-speed car ferry
high-speed car ferry
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Other characteristics

194.3 m
(637'05" )


25 m
(82'00" )


6.4 m
(20'11" )

Passenger capacity

1,400 unit


In 1998, the shipyard now known as MEYER TURKU put the finishing touches to yard numbers 1340 and 1341: Superfast III and Superfast IV are a pair of ro-ro passenger ferries that were built for Superfast Ferries SA in Greece. Both high-speed ferries have cabins in various categories, as well as restaurants, bars, shops and a swimming pool. They spent their first four years travelling between the Greek city of Patras and Ancona in Italy. Superfast III and Superfast IV were renamed “Spirit of Tasmania I” and “Spirit of Tasmania II” in 2002, when they began to form a link between the Australian city of Melbourne and Devonport in Tasmania. Tonnage 29,400 GT Type Ferries Shipyard MEYER TURKU Cruise Line Superfast Ferries SA


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