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Color Line and Ulstein sign deal for world's largest hybrid ferry

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The ferry carrier and the Norwegian yard have signed an agreement to construct the largest hybrid ferry yet. It will be operational in 2019 and marks the latest step in Color Line's bet on hybrid ferries for the carrier's short sea routes.


BY HANS LØGSTRUP POULSEN
Published 25.01.17 at 11:04

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