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Natural Gas Powered Fast Ferry


Natural Gas Powered Fast Ferry

The EcoFerry, designed by Iguana Seacraft Ltd, claimed to be the world's first Natural Gas powered Fastferry project, to be now unveiled in the US, at Alameda CA, under the auspices of the US Maritime Administration. Additionally to its environmentally friendly Natural Gas fueled prime movers, the EcoFerry sports also an ultra-low wash hull section for optimum efficiency in propulsion and minimum wakewash generation in the shallow waters and environmentally sensitive zones of the Bay Area.

The EcoFerry is a 25m RoPax catamaran for operation in estuarine waters at a service speed of 25kts, with capacity for 60 passengers and 8 cars. The vessel is constructed of aluminium in accordance with HSC LR Special Service Craft code. Mitsubishi 900kW engines drive two fixed pitch propellers.


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