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The second electric ferry named Tomrefjord, built by Sedef Shipyard for Norwegian Boreal SJO AS, was launched. Sedef Shipyard has completed two ferryboat orders from Norwegian Boreal SJO AS. Two months ago, the Malmefjord, originally designated project number NB212, was launched. Entirely electrically powered, environmentally friendly ferry tests also passed successfully. The twin of Malmefjord, project number NB213, 108.8 meters long, 18 meters wide, 120 vehicles and 399 passengers capacity Tomjefjord also met with water at the ceremony.
Sedef Shipyard, which launched the 60-vehicle car ferry called Stokkafjord, brought the Vestrefjord car ferry with a capacity of 399 passengers and 120 vehicles together with water. The electric ferry named Vestrefjord, with a length of 108.80 meters and a width of 17.70 meters, has been classified by DNV GL.
The two-way car ferry, ordered by the Norwegian company Boreal to Sedef Shipyard, was built with the construction number NB211 and met with water. The electrically built ferry has a full length of 80.50 meters and a width of 14.50 meters. The ferry, which will operate in Norwegian waters under the name Stokkafjord, has the capacity to carry 249 passengers, 60 vehicles and 6 trucks with the dimensions of 19.50 X 2.60.