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Kvaerner Fjellstrand in Norway, part of the shipbuilding business area of the Anglo-Norwegian engineering and construction Group, Kvaerner, has won contracts in Egypt and Turkey worth US$32 million for three fast ferries. Kvaerner is to build a JumboCat™ 60 catamaran valued at approximately US$24 million for ship-owner Amco of Egypt, the yard’s second contract with the client; the first contract, a Jumbocat™ 50, was delivered to Amco in May 1998. This latest order is the biggest single contract ever signed by the yard. The new fast ferry will have a capacity to accommodate 450 passengers, 50 cars and two buses, and will have an average speed of 40 knots. In co-operation with Turkish Shipbuilding Industry (TSI), Kvaerner Fjellstrand will also build two FlyingCat™ 40 catamarans, each with a capacity of 450 passengers, for a Turkish ship-owner. Kvaerner’s part of the contract is valued at US$8 million.


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