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(September 20-24, 2006)

Arnaud Guyomard

Transported by the Moose's Call

Loic Le Guilly

Large, Wave-Piercing, Aluminium Catamarans

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

20 September 2006, about 3pm

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© 2006 Loic Le Guilly, All Rights Reserved.

Incat is a large business in Tasmania specialising in large wave-piercing aluminium catamarans.

Since the 74 metre high-speed passenger and vehicle ferry delivered to the UK in 1990 there has been a gradual but constant incremental increase in vessel waterline length and deadweight while still maintaining the high speed that Incat is famous for.

Incat craft have universal appeal to the commercial and military operator. The vessels offer fast transit, fast turnaround in port, flexibility and versatility in vehicle deck layout, passenger comfort, shallow draft, minimal crewing numbers and reliable and economic operation.

More info at http://www.incat.com.au/

Special thanks to Justin Merrigan at Incat for facilitating this shoot.
Nikon D200, 10.5 fisheye, 360 Precision head, PTGUI, Photoshop, Pano2QTVR

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