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Strategic Marine's New Fast Crew Boat Can Carry 80 Passengers

Jun 07, 2022

Singapore's Strategic Marine has announced its latest offshore fast crew boat, a 38-meter extra fast crew transfer catamaran vessel (FCTV).  'The new vessel has been designed in collaboration with One2Three naval architects in Sydney Australia, incorporating direct feedback from customers,' Strategic Marine said.Greg Daniel, Technical Manager of Strategic Marine, said: “Our offshore customers are increasingly asking for faster transfers but still want to reduce their costs…

Blue Petra Orders Fast Crew Boat from Strategic Marine

Jan 24, 2022

Strategic Marine, a Singapore-based shipbuilder, has received an order for the construction of a 40-meter Fast Crew Boat from Blue Petra Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Great Ocean Supply & Services, based in Malaysia.Great Ocean is a licensed Petronas…

Centus Marine Orders Another Fast Crew Boat from Strategic Marine

Dec 07, 2021

Singapore-based shipbuilder Strategic Marine has won a new contract from Centus Marine for a 42m Fast Crew Boat (FCB).'The vessel will be the latest bespoke design FCB Strategic Marine delivers for Centus Marine, with two vessels successfully…

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