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The world’s largest ice-rated multi-fuel RoRo-ships in the harbor at the Yantai CIMC Raffles Offshore Ltd., China.

The ice-classed vessels have a length of 242 m and a deadweight capacity of abt. 27,000 t making them largest in the class. The Vessels will be the first Mega RoRo vessels in the world powered by LNG-fuelled engines, thus eliminating particle emissions and reducing their carbon footprint while at Sea.

1st vessel scheduled for delivery mid-December.  2nd vessel was launched week 40.

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