CMAL: Scotish LNG-ferries construction progressing

By LNG World News Image courtesy of CMALCaledonian Maritime Assets (CMAL) said the construction of the two LNG-powered ferries at the Glasgow-based shipbuilder, Ferguson Marine Engineering (FMEL) is moving ahead.
CMAL noted that the first vessel, known as Hull 801 is currently 75 percent complete while the second vessel, Hull 802 has reached 60 percent completion.
The 102-meter vessels will be capable of operating on liquefied natural gas (LNG) and marine gas oil (MGO), and are being designed to provide service fro Arran and the Skye Triangle routes.
During February, the dual fuel engines that will power the vessels were delivered to Ferguson Marine Engineering’s shipyard

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