Artemis Technologies unveils design for 100 per cent electric ferry

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With top speed of 38 knots and a foiling range of 115 nautical miles at 25 knots, new vessels aim to decarbonise the global passenger ferry market

Maritime technology company Artemis Technologies has unveiled the design of its new 100 per cent electric EF-24 Passenger vessel, which the company hailed as a "commercially viable, green transport solution...

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