The zero emission electrical ferryboat Vestrefjord built at Sedef Shipyard facilities for the Norwegian Boreal has been sent off Norway.
Vestrefijord with project number NB215, last one of the 3 electrical ferryboats built under the contract between Sedef Shipyard and the Norwegian Boreal, has been sent off to Norway.
The electrical ferryboat named Vestrefjord delivered to the Norwegian Boreal by Sedef Shipyard has the capacity to hold 399 passengers and 120 cars.
Having an overall length of 108.80 meters and a width of 17.70 meters, Vestrefjord has been classified by DNV GL.
Vestrefjord is the third vessel of the series built at Sedef Shipyard, the other one having a capacity of 60 cars and 250 passengers and 2 having a capacity of 120 cars and 399 passengers. Just like its sisters Malmefjord with project no NB212 and Tomrefjord with project no NB213, Vestrefjord also stands out as an eco-friendly and high technology project with its zero emission capability.