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SeaLink Travel Group officially welcomed their newest ferry, PARRABAH

SeaLink Travel Group CEO Clint Feuerherdt officially welcomed their newest ferry, PARRABAH, into service on 21 April for Bruny Island in Tasmania. The official launch was held in conjunction with the South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) who performed a traditional welcome to country and smoking ceremony.

PARRABAH, meaning whale in the local First Nation peoples’ language will provide Bruny Island residents and tourists with a faster, more efficient and reliable connection between Kettering and Roberts Point.

PARRABAH will join her sister vessel NAIRANA, which was launched early last year. Both vessels were built by local Tasmanian shipbuilders Richardson Devine Marine.

Technical Information

Length overall: 44.9m
Length waterline: 42.9m
Beam: 13.7m
Draught: 1.7m
Depth: 3.5
Main engine/s: 4 x Scania DI13 – 200kW each
Gearbox/s: Schottel
Propulsion: 4 x Schottel SRP 100 FP Open Rotating Thrusters
Generator/s: 2 x Zenith 40 kVa
Steering system: Schottel
Maximum speed: 14 knots
Cruising speed: 12 knots
Type of fuel: Diesel
Fuel capacity: 10000 litres
Freshwater capacity: 5000 litres
Sewage/blackwater capacity: 4000 litres
Crew: 3
Passengers: 192
Operational area: D'Entrecastaux Channel – Tasmania

Apr 29 2021


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