Catamaran passenger ferry VEGA 120

catamaran passenger ferry
catamaran passenger ferry
catamaran passenger ferry
catamaran passenger ferry
catamaran passenger ferry
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Number of hulls
Other characteristics

25 m (82'00")

Passenger capacity

120 unit


AN INTRODUCTION A navgathi design and built 25m catamaran ferry will be the fastest inland ferryplying on the Kerala waters. Recorded 13.9Knots (25.8 kmph) in its official trial run, The ferry can transport 120 passengers to and fro in the national water route between Vaikom and Ernakulam jetties in less than 2 hours with these high speeds. KNOW MORE ABOUT VEGA Owned and operated by Kerala State Water Transport Department (KSWTD), Vega 120 will be the next big thing in their fleet of passenger ferries. Composition of features like fast, performance, comfort and safety makes Vega 120 to stand out among other ferries operated by the state water transport department. TECHNICAL PARTICULARS Length: 25.00m Breadth: 7.00m Depth: 1.60m Draft: 0.80m Material: Marine Grade GRP Service speed: 12 Knots Max speed: 13.9Knots (25.8 kmph) Passenger: 120 Nos + 4 crew Passenger accommodation: A/C & Non A/C Cabins Classification Society: Indian Register of Shipping SAFETY “Safety is more than priority” Vega 120 comprises of Navgathi’s Build in safety features as the standard safety platform together with the state of the art safety measures/standards from the IRS and KIV as the mandate. Fixed fire system (Approved as per Fire alliance rule 1969 as applicable to the ship on coastal voyage) Fire system designed for big vessel/ships is installed in Vega to ensure triple level safety for the passengers, a first in an Inland vessel due to its high passenger capacity.



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