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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding launches MOL’s Sunflower Kurenai ferry

The vessel is expected to be delivered in December.

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has conducted a christening and launch ceremony for the first of two large liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered ferries that are being constructed for Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL).

The ceremony for Sunflower Kurenai took place at MHI’s Shimonoseki Shipyard & Machinery Works in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

Sunflower Kirishima (ferry de 1993) — Wikipédia

The ship is slated for delivery in December, following the completion of interior work and sea trials.

Starting from January 2023, Sunflower Kurenai will serve on the Osaka-Beppu Route, replacing the Sunflower Ivory and Sunflower Cobalt ferries that have been operating since 1997.

With a length of 199.9m and width of 28m, Sunflower Kurenai will be operated by Oita-based Ferry Sunflower.

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This ferry will be able to carry 716 passengers and 100 passenger cars at a speed of 22.5 knots.

With a gross tonnage of approximately 17,300, Sunflower Kurenai is equipped with a dual-fuel engine that can use LNG as well as A-type heavy oil.

In a statement, Mitsubishi said: “It offers outstanding environmental performance, achieving a 20% reduction in CO₂ emissions and close to zero emissions of sulphur oxides (SOx), thereby mitigating environmental impact.”

In comparison with previous ferries, Sunflower Kurenai has a greater loading capacity for trucks, as well as a more spacious lounge for truck drivers.

It features expansive public areas, such as enlarged bathing facilities, a spacious restaurant, and an atrium extending through three stories, providing more space for each passenger.

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