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New Propellers for High Speed Ferry


Kamewa, part of the Marine Division of Vickers plc, has secured orders for specially developed marine propellers for five new high-speed ro-ro ferries currently under construction.
Kamewa Propellers has extensive application experience in hydrodynamic propulsion design and development which has enabled the company to expand its share of propulsion systems in the growing market for high speed, ro-ro ferries which operate at speeds of around 28/30 knots.
The company has already supplied propellers and thrusters for vessels operated by Superfast, Minoan Lines and Strintzis Line. Kamewa has now secured orders to supply twin screw main propellers (157XF5/4SL) and three tunnel thrusters (2xsize 2000 and 1xsize 2200) each for four vessels to be built by the Germany shipyard HDW for Superfast in Greece. Additionally, twin screw main propellers (157XF5/4SL) and two tunnel thrusters size 2200) have been supplied for a vessel being built by the Van Der Giesson yard in the Netherlands for the Strintzis Line in Greece.
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