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Historic moment for Incat as Hull 096 takes shape

Incat is celebrating a significant construction milestone with the completion of the rollback and the placement of the superstructures on Incat Hull 096.

Incat Chairman Robert Clifford expressed his pride in the company’s achievement.

“At 130 metres long, this is the largest vessel we have ever rolled back, and our crews did an exceptional job,” Mr Clifford said.

“Hull 096 is a monumental project for Incat, and to see another construction milestone completed is very special, not only for me personally but for the entire workforce.”

Incat CEO Stephen Casey says the vessel is progressing well and remains firmly on schedule.

“Now that most of the structural work is complete, it allows our fit-out crews to begin their work on the interior of the vessel, this is a really exciting time in the build process,” Mr Casey said.

“With the superstructures in place, the world’s largest electric ferry is really taking shape and the workforce can see their efforts coming to life.”

Incat Hull 096 represents what is possible in maritime innovation, the future of the shipping industry and the next chapter in Incat’s history.