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Author Topic: Which ferry or car ferry would you like to see added to Ship Sim in the future?  (Read 94909 times)

craigster1

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i love that ship iv be on it two times its amzing

wightlinks St Helen
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wilson1129

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why not a boeing jetfoil  :) :)

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Apejens

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As i have said in another Topic, i would like to see two classic Norwegian ferries, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful ferries ever made, the MF "Veøy" and MF "Bolsøy". Both ferries are owned by Fjord1 MRF and is very well maintained, as they are used on the tourist route in the Geiranger fjord in the summer.

Video of "Bolsøy" is here, where it runs in the summer season in the Geiranger fjord along with "Veøy". The resot of then year, those ferries are laid up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvxzG1NXdUU


here are some pictures of "Veøy"


agreed

http://www.shipspotting.com/search.php?query=Ve%F8y&action=results.


Now, i don't expect that those ferries will be made for shipsim, but at least i can hope :)

That being said, i would love to have another ferry than the Red Eagle. Red Eagle's control system is a bit confusing to be honest. Another ferry with lever control system for engine RPM and propeller pitch would be nice, instead of those wheels.


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rennie

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the hover craft that takes cars and people to france or used to
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The Ferry Man

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the hover craft that takes cars and people to france or used to

 :2thumbs:

I'm working on it...  ;)

*Its a SR.N4

there were 3 types:

Mk I was the original The Princess Anne and The Princess Margaret
Mk II featured a improved Skirt, and featured the Swift, Sure, St Christopher and Prince of Wales, as well as the Anne and Margaret who both eventually received the Mk II Skirt
MK III was the final and biggest incarnation of the SR.N4, when The Princess Anne and The Princess Margaret were stretched

You also had the Sedam N500, but the first one Cote d'Argent was destroyed by fire soon after completion, the second was the Ingenieur Jean Bertin which after proving less then a success with mechanical problems was scrapped

 :)

rennie

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cool and thx for the info i never new i learnd so much on forums :2thumbs:
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The Ferry Man

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cool and thx for the info i never new i learnd so much on forums :2thumbs:

No problem  :thumbs:

silvers ship

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i would like to see wightlink's wight light to cross the solent
or the pride of dover from p&o
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barrown1990

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i dont realy know because i think we already have the 2 best ferrys. the red jet and pride of rotterdam
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larsdehaan

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i dont realy know because i think we already have the 2 best ferrys. the red jet and pride of rotterdam
dont be negative  :'( you make me cry... there's always room for more
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barrown1990

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ofcourse there is. i would just rather see more ocean liners on there.
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larsdehaan

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ofcourse there is. i would just rather see more ocean liners on there.
i would like some ww2 transports.... but this is not the topic for transports.. the color magic
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barrown1990

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i would like some ww2 transports.... but this is not the topic for transports.. the color magic
every1 has their own tastes. i love ocean liners. other people prefer diferent. thats life. id love to see the rms mauretania on ship sim.
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SHIPPY67

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Nice  :thumbs:

What is she like?

The Peralta is a catamaran ferry with three decks and a roughly estimated length of 80-100 feet.

The interiors include a snackbar, airliner seating, observation windows and an upper deck seating area with a few deck chairs and regular benches.
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