When Boat Torque Cruises of Fremantle, Western Australia, commissioned the design for “White Dolphin II”, the specification was for more passengers and higher speed than “White Dolphin I” – MK 93016. Both were achieved on a hull only 1m (3′) longer.
Both catamarans eventually went to Hong Kong (renamed to “Flying Amber” and “Flying Emerald”) after several years service and now operate for a Chinese ferry company.
With a larger passenger capacity and higher speed than “White Dolphin I”, this vessel is more suited to longer routes. The hull is very efficient with a semi-tunnelled propeller and can be equally as well powered using waterjet propulsion.
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