On 18 January, it was revealed in the Greek press that Seajets has purchased the large Incat HSC NATCHAN RERA. The impressive vessel is expected to leave the port of Anping for Greece at the end of January. At 112-metres, the vessel can operate at higher wave heights than smaller fast craft.
Despite having been built in 2007, the 35-knot vessel has seen long periods of limited or no service giving Seajets a craft with limited running hours. With a capacity for 790 passengers and 355 cars, the acquisition of this vessel means Seajets lives up to its reputation as the world’s largest high-speed vessel operator.