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Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology The ship’s power plant layout © Rolls-Royce maritime cluster. Ulstein Verft has contracted the subsuppliers to this project, of which about 70% are local. Ulstein Power & Control delivered its ULSTEIN COM communication system, other key suppliers include Kongsberg for navigation and communication equipment, switchboards come from Clean Marine Switchboards, UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is from Anda Olsen. Alfa Laval delivered fuel oil separators, lube oil separators and oil heating, Allweiler is responsible for pumps, valves came from Ahlsell. Mare Safety/Viking supplied life rafts, while Palfinger delivered the lifeboats for »Color Hybrid«. Teknotherm was contracted for HVAC equipment and fridge/ freezer technology, R og M for accommodation and galley, Jets for vacuum toilets and Norac for wet units. While Libra supplied external doors, interior doors came from Baggerød. Glamox supplied lighting fixtures, Elpro supplied decorative lighting, cash registers came from Checkmark. Jotun is listed as paint supplier. Capacity of »Bohus« doubled The ship is classed by DNV GL as 1A, Ferry A, Clean, NAUT(OC), TMON, COMF(C(2)V(2)), ICE(1B), MCDK, LCS(DC), BIS, F(MC), Battery(Power), VIBR, Recyclable, BWM(T) Crist shipyard in Poland built the hull of »Color Hybrid« which was towed to Ulsteinvik © Color Line At 160 m legnth, 27,1 m width and a draft of 6,0 m it will have almost double the capacity of the ferry »Bohus«, which is going to be phased out when the new ferry will be put into operation in summer 2019. »Bohus« was built in 1971 as »Prinsessan Desiree« for Sessan Linjen (now Stena Line). The new ship will provide significantly increased capacity on the route between Norway and Sweden. The new vessel can take on 2,000 passengers, 100 crew and 500 cars. The building cost for the vessel amounted to 120 mill. €, 80% of funding was covered by DNB Bank and the Norwegian Export Credit Guarantee Agency. »Color Hybrid« was built according to Norwegian flag requirements and registered in the Norwegian Ordinary Ship Register (NOR). Color Line is currently the only company in the international passenger and freight traffic to and from Norway with ships registered in the Norwegian Ship Register and with Norwegian headquarters. »Color Hybrid« will be servicing Sandefjord – Strömstad from summer 2019. Even before the ship has been built, she has earned her first award. At the opening ceremony of the Nor-Shipping exhibition in 2017, the ship was appointed the winner of the Next Generation Ship Award. With a focus on innovation, the award honours the most promising design on ships that will be launched in the coming decade. According to the jury, the vessel demonstrates the innovation and ambition that are pushing the maritime industry forward to a greener, more profitable and more sustainable future. fs 16 HANSA International Maritime Journal 05 | 2019 NorShipping Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology COLD STRAIGHTENING WITH CLASS-APPROVAL If you think it cannot be repaired think again. We always have capacity for urgent repairs. HANSA International Maritime Journal 05 | 2019 NorShipping 17

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