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Glasgow Hybrid Ferry Sea Trials - Technical Visit


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Come and see the first two hybrid vessels to be fully built on the Clyde in five years.

Date and Time

12 March 2014 - 14:45-16:00


Glasgow, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Scotland South West local network.

About this event

Please note that this is a provisional date and and may have to be moved to fit in with the sea trial schedule.

Two pioneering "hybrid" ferries have been launched from the Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow. MV Hallaig and MV LOCHINVAR are the first commercial ship in more than five years to be fully built and delivered on the Clyde.

The roll-on roll-off ferries incorporates a low-carbon hybrid system of diesel electric and lithium ion battery power.

The vessels are said to be the world's first sea-going roll-on roll-off vehicle and passenger diesel-electric hybrid ferries .  They are being built as part of the Low Emission Hybrid Ferries Project.

This visit is for MV LOCHINVAR.

Hybrid Ferry News


Time - 2.45pm for 3pm start

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Additional information

Please note that this is a provisional date and and may have to be moved to fit in with the ferry schedule.

If you register, we will be in touch with the date once it is confirmed so that you can keep your booking or cancel it.

Registration information

Please register as places limited.  


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