Baltic Workboats signs contract to build an ice-going passenger ferry for Stockholm archipelago in Sweden
Baltic Workboats says it has signed a contract to build an ice-going passenger ferry for Stockholm archipelago in Sweden. The vessel will be 27 metres long and 6,5 meters wide with capacity to carry 150 passengers. Special attention will be paid to the new ferry's environmental friendliness as diesel-electric propulsion with SCR (selective catalytic reduction) and DPF (diesel particulate filters) is to be fitted.
Expected delivery is scheduled to be during summer 2018.
Baltic Workboats AS is a growing shipyard with modern facilities and a highly skilled workforce of more than 150 people. Over the last 15 years, the company has designed, built and delivered more than 150 highly versatile vessels, which are in service with governments, companies and research institutions in twelve countries around the world.