(this news has been sent earlier as a news flash)

TT-Line have signed a contract for one new ‘TT-Line Green Ship’, with an option for a second vessel.

The contract was awarded to the Chinese Jinling shipyard (Toll Shipping, DFDS, Grimaldi..).

Some particulars:

  • Length: 230m
  • Gross tonnage: 45,000
  • Pax: 800
  • Freight units: 200
  • Lane meters: 4,600
  • Dual-fuel LNG
  • Classification DNV-GL
  • To be delivered in 2022

The new TT-Line vessel builds on the successful Green Ship concept of the company.

While designing the vessel, a particular emphasize was put on flexibility and fast turnarounds in ports, with a high freight capacity.

“We foresee a continued demand growth for short sea services within the Baltic Sea. With this investment we can respond even more effectively to the needs of our customers and support them to grow,” says Hanns H. Conzen, Managing Director of TT-Line in a press announcement.

TT-Line’s routes are currently served by six ferries. They connect Świnoujście, Travemünde and Rostock, and Klaipeda, with Trelleborg in Sweden.