Davie lays keel for LNG fueled ferry; Michigan shipyard faces $242,940 in OSHA fines


Davie lays keel for LNG fueled ferry
February 27, 2015—Chantier Davie Canada Inc. held a keel-laying ceremony at its Lévis, Québec, shipyard to mark the beginning of the hull assembly for the MV Armand-Imbeau II. The vessel is the first of two dual-fuel liquefied natural gas (LNG) RoPax passenger ferries being built for Société des Traversiers du Québec (STQ). The MV Armand-Imbeau II is scheduled to be delivered by the shipbuilder in Fall 2015 followed by its sister ship, the MV Jos-Deschênes II, four months later. They will be the first LNG fueled ferries to be built in North America.



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