Image caption: The ferry MV Armand-Imbeau II built for the Canadian operator Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ), will operate on LNG fuel. Copyright: Davie Shipyards
Wärtsilä Corporation, Trade press release, 16 August 2018 at 10 am EEST
A new 92 metre long ferry built for the Canadian operator Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ), and fitted with a broad scope of Wärtsilä solutions, has been delivered. The final commissioning of the vessel took place at the Chantier Davie Canada shipyard in June 2018.
Final results up in the air…
By AsianYachting MultiMedia
August 16th: Although most the class leaders have all but secured the titles, the podium places are still up for grabs. There is also a protest pending for the SMU President’s Cup last weekend, that could rearrange the Class A and B order. The forecast is for 10 to 12 knot South Westerly and if this materialises, up to three races could be run for the IRC A & B, PY, SB20, J24 and Multihull classes and will determine the eventual outcome. The drop race also comes into play for IRC A, B and PY classes, could also have some influence. Whatever happens everyone is looking forward to the gala presentation dinner and charity auction on Saturday night, in the Raffles Marina ballroom, to raise funds for Sailability Singapore. Capture the action in the AY Photo Gallery…
In a historic landmark decision, Oman Sail today revealed the name of the young sailor who will go forward to represent the Sultanate at the Youth Olympic Games in October. Mohammed Nabil Al Balushi will become the first ever sailor from Oman Sail to represent his country at a Youth Olympic Games when he races in the Men’s Windsurfing Techno 293+ class at the event in Buenos Aires, Argentina.