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Austal Philippines has been delivering and servicing commercials vessels for a diverse range of customers, including commercial ferry operators and commercial wind farm transfer operators, since 2012.
As of 2015, Austal Philippines have been involved in four major projects as well as providing service support for both local and international customers.
Turbine Transfers Limited
Turbine Transfers Limited is a highly valued, repeat customer for Austal Philippines. The first vessel delivered by Austal Philippines was the 27-meter Tri-Swath Wind Farm Support Vessel which was delivered to the UK in May 2013.
Austal Philippines has since produced four other Wind Farm Support Vessels for Turbine Transfers Limited; three 27-meter catamarans (Hull 356, 357 and 358) and one 21-meter catamaran (Hull 359), all of which were delivered in 2014.
For more information on the Wind Farm Support Vessels click here.
SNC Aremiti Ferry
Austal Philippines boasts the construction and delivery of the largest aluminium ferry built in the Philippines to date. The Austal Auto Express 80, built for SNC Aremiti Ferry, is a 79.8 meter high speed passenger and vehicle ferry. This vessel has the capacity for 967 passengers and 146 cars and is currently servicing Aremiti customers between the provinces of Papeete and Moorea in Tahiti.
For more information on the Austal Auto Express 80 click here.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Corporation
In 2014 Austal Philippines was tasked with the design and construction of two 45 meter high speed catamaran ferries for the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company. These ferries were delivered in August 2015.
For more information on the Austal Crew Transfer 45 click here.
Austal Philippines completed refurbishment and optimization works for Condor Ferries’ new 102 meter ferry, Liberation. This impressive trimaran was delivered to the UK in December 2014.
For more information on the Condor Liberation click here.
Service Support Work
Aside from designing and building aluminium commercial vessels, Austal Philippines also works on modular construction of integral components for patrol boats contracted by Austal Australia and provides support for both local and international service contracts. These support service projects have seen Austal Philippines employees seconded to Australia, Tahiti, Sweden, Malta and United Kingdom for local service delivery and repairs of Austal constructed vessels.