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Built at Incat's shipyards in Hobart, Tasmania, this is the world's fastest ship. With a cargo of over 1,000 passengers and 150 cars, the 99-meter catamaran can travel at speeds of up to 58 knots or 107 km per hour. Its new owner, Buquebus Ferries, has named it 'Francisco' in honour of Argentinean-born Pope Francis. The Francisco is the world's first high-speed ferry that uses liquefied natural gas (LNG) as primary fuel.
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Our Provinces is a documentary film that narrates a cross country expedition across Canada with the main aim to understand this beautiful and vast ...
July 4, 2017