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Press release

New domestic ferry for the Thyborøn-Agger route

OSK Design is behind the ferry design and tender procedure for a new domestic ferry for one of the western most routes in Denmark between Thyborøn and Agger. Operating in the choppy waters of the West coast in sea area class C, the ferry needs to comply with higher security level allowing water on deck compared to most other inland ferries operating in sea area class D.

To keep the vessel light and allow for high fluctuations in tides and shallow water conditions, the ferry will have a low draught and land-based ramp system. The project scope is a double-ended ferry with short loading and off-loading time, capacity of 98 passengers and 2 man-staff, subject to authority approval.

OSK-ShipTech A/S is in charge of the ferry design, project design, proposal material and the tender procedure.

Pre-qualification deadline: 5 February 2016.

Proposal material will be sent out on 1 March 2016.

For detailed information about tender procedure, requirements and deadlines, visit Tenders Electronic Daily.

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