Through giant makeovers, three Hurtigruten vessels will be transformed into premium, hybrid-powered expedition cruise ships.
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Ferries and Cruises
ALE’s bespoke design enabled the successful launch of the ferry ‘Red Kestrel’ in Birkenhead, UK, which has been designed to have a reduced environmental footprint and will now provide additional freight capacity between Southampton and East Cowes, with space for up to 12 heavy goods vehicles.
The Port of Tyne welcomed almost 1,000 visiting passengers and over 500 crew onboard Spirit of Discovery as it embarks upon her maiden voyage.
BMT has announced the signing of a contract for two new 43 metre high-speed, passenger Fast Ferries for Kitsap Transit, with an option for a third to be added to this vessel fleet.
Hurtigruten’s hybrid-powered MS Roald Amundsen made maritime history as the first cruise ship in the world to sail purely on battery power.
The installation of decking solutions from Dutch company Bolidt aboard one of the largest cruise ships ever to be built in Germany has received a royal seal of approval, after King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands witnessed a contract signing at the Rostock facilities of yard group MV Werften.