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Double-ended Ferry

On April 26, 2001, Remontowa S.A. hosted a ceremony of naming the car and passenger ferry on order from British operator Wightlink. The sponsor (godmother) was Mrs. S. Aiken from Great Britain.


The vessel was built for the British company to serve the passenger and car route linking Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. The ship, named St. Clare, was designed as a double-ended car and passenger ferry. She is a modern vessel, built in accordance with the latest safety regulations. All technical documentation regarding this ferry was compiled by the in-house ship design office of Remontowa S.A.


The building of double-ended ferries has become almost commonplace at Remontowa. It all started in 1998, when the company signed a contract with the Norwegian shipowner Rogaland Trafikkselskap for the construction of three modern double-ended ferries intended to serve the Norwegian inland and fjord routes.


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