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Author Topic: Which ferry or car ferry would you like to see added to Ship Sim in the future?  (Read 95011 times)

Cat320DL

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The Coastal Class Ferries, also known as the Super "C" Class, are large double-ended ferries owned by BC Ferries of British Columbia, Canada, built at the Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft shipyard in Flensburg, Germany.
 
Class overview
Builders: Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft, Flensburg, Germany
Operators: BC Ferries
Built: 2006 - 2008
Building: 3
Planned: 3
Completed: 3
Active: 3
General characteristics
Type: Passenger ferry
Tonnage: 1,770 t (Deadweight)
Displacement: 21,980 Tonnage
Length: 160 m (525 ft)
Beam: 28.2 m (92.5 ft)
Draft: 5.75 m (18.86 ft)
Decks: 7
Propulsion: 4 Mak 8M 32C diesel engines
Speed: 21 kn (39 km/h; 24 mph)
Capacity: 1,650 passengers
370 vehicles
Crew: 50 (A licence)
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ash

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why did you bring this topic back from the dead??there are soooo many i want this and i want this its rediculous!! it was over two months old!!!
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Drakko

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My brother do RC ships  he is working on a yatch an it will be great to see one of
 his ships
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joelang1699

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My old ships

MV Brave Merchant
MV Ulysses
MV Maersk Delft

or

MV Isle of Inishmore
RMS Queen mary
RMS Aquitania



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CathyH

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The GMV (Government Motor Vessel) ARAMOANA Her name, in NZ Maori means "pathway Across the Sea (or waters) She was the first RO_RO ship on the NZ coast and entered service in 1962 replacing the Union Lines TAMAHINE & RANGATIRA, she could carry both rail wagons (on her lower deck) as well as cars and trucks, and cars only on the uppper deck. TAMAHINE was a convetional ship and took almost all day to load and dsicharge, ARAMOANA could turn around in an hour. She was followed by ARANUI, ARAHANGA, ARATIKA, ARAHURA. I travelled on ARAMOANA  many times as a child--usually as a guest of thje captain, and served aboard her as an assistant purser, she has now been scrapped but she was a wonderful seaboat :)
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Captin Button

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I would like to see this ship, Norman Voyager in SS09.
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Jack Haworth

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I would love to see a car carry/passager fast cat ferry!
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RMSGreatBritain

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Joelang I love that middle ship Brave-Merchant, Its got a good style

Edit:Oh would you look at that, post number 999! :D
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Sam

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We have enough quantity of ferries here in SS: Red Eagle, Red Jet 4, Pride of Rotterdam. And you still want more, or you think that something is still missed in the SS Ferry Service? It should be named "Ferry Simulator" then.  :D

Maybe I'm not a ferry fan, but if you ask me which ferry I'd like to see in future SS, the answer will be so:

http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=691181

But I'm 100% sure that this ship won't be added here just like lots of other requests  :-\

Uhm, that isn't a ferry.

That is a car carrier.

But a car carrier would be nice!
I like the Thames highway.
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joelang1699

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Joelang I love that middle ship Brave-Merchant, Its got a good style

Edit:Oh would you look at that, post number 999! :D

There were 4 sisters intotal and 1 uprated semi sister. They were all built in Spain, the first 4 were built for Norse Merhcant Ferries/Norfolkline and the last for Transmed.

The first 4 were...

Dawn Merhcant
Brave Merchant
Northern Merchant
Midnight Merchant (now European Endeavour)





And

Murillo


Ive served on all of them apart from Murillo:(, I never had the change to get a look at her whe I was down in Spain with the original sisters when they were sold.
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Sam

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Those are some verry nice ships!

It would be lovely to see one of those in the game, it is something we don't have yet.
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joelang1699

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I have the palans for the ships, it wouldnt be hard to knock up a 3d model
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The Ferry Man

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Here's the European Endeavour (ex-Midnight Merchant) I too last year:







It would be nice to see her or one of her Sisters (altogether know as the Racehorse Class), they are very versatile ships, can be used in many ports.

It would also be nice to have one of the larger car carriers as well...

The Ferry Man

dhs

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I like staten island ferry. (I know its ugly but it fits new york)
http://statenislandsnorthshore.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/staten_island_ferry_12.jpg
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joelang1699

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The yanks certainly like their ugly ships...but the Germans are worse, heres P&Os Pride of Rathlin (former Townsend Thoresen Free Enterprise VII German built), now I dont know about your guys but I think anything that Townsend had was rather damn ugly, espeacialy after jumboising them.

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dhs

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The yanks certainly like their ugly ships...but the Germans are worse, heres P&Os Pride of Rathlin (former Townsend Thoresen Free Enterprise VII German built), now I dont know about your guys but I think anything that Townsend had was rather damn ugly, espeacialy after jumboising them.


You callin our ships ugly? >:( Me, yank? >:(
btw, where is your rank? ???
« Last Edit: January 27, 2009, 22:37:26 by dhs »
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joelang1699

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Eh...yeah ;D
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Sam

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You callin our ships ugly? >:( Me, yank? >:(
btw, where is your rank? ???

Don't be so upset, you said yourself that the ship is ugly.


And he probably didn't want to be rude.
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joelang1699

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My intention wasnt to be rude old bean

btw would you be refering to my real rank or in game?, in real life I am a Second officer, As uyet I dont ahve any ranks in game as I dont have the time just now to play it.
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serkan

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my fav. ship, i'd like to see this ship

Ncena1

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my fav. ship, i'd like to see this ship

i completly agree with you thats what missing in SS!!
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svache

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A ferry which I would like to see would be the Hawaii Superferry...

And then, if we can add the islands of Hawaii (or at least Oahu and Maui, where the ship is currently sailing between (which is a nice voyage), then things would be even better :D




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dhs

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My intention wasnt to be rude old bean

btw would you be refering to my real rank or in game?, in real life I am a Second officer, As uyet I dont ahve any ranks in game as I dont have the time just now to play it.
Sorry. sorta lost my temper. :-[
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Dave M

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A little bit off topic because this car ferry is already in SS08 but it has a new paint job. I took these pictures of the Red Osprey this morning.

Regards, Dave

« Last Edit: February 01, 2009, 18:38:55 by Dave M »
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vadokunvot

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Haha the IKEA ferry agin, funny that one hehe ;)

I could make a list of ferrys Id love to see in shipsim but then the forumservers would break down ;D

Well well, I feel that the game misses an midsized RoPax or a Cargoferry, think Maersk Flanders or Stena Traveller and you know what I mean. I realy like those kind of ships but maybe Im alone on that one haha.


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