Incat

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Incat Group of Companies
Type Proprietary limited company
Industry Shipbuilding
Founded 1977
Headquarters Hobart, Tasmania
Products Wave-piercing catamarans
Website www.incat.com.au

Incat is a manufacturer of large HSC catamarans, based in the Derwent Park suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia founded by Robert Clifford. The company builds large commercial and military vessels that use aluminium construction, wave-piercing and water-jet technology. Vessels have been constructed up to 112 metres in length and with cruising speed up to 40 knots (75 km/h).

Several catamarans built by Incat have entered naval services, including HMAS Jervis Bay, best known for its contribution to the INTERFET in East Timor, and HSV-X1 Joint Venture and HSV-2 Swift, both having been in service with the US military.

Deliveries[edit]

Incat's HSV-X1 near Crete
Incat's Hobart Shipyard (to the right)
Image Hull No Model Latest name Operator Notes
N/A
001
18m Cat
Jeremiah Ryan
Unknown
[1]
N/A
002
18m Cat
James Kelly
Unknown
[1]
N/A
003
??m Cat
A. K. Ward
Derwent Sailing Squadron
[1]
N/A
004
20m Cat
Fitzroy
Unknown
[1]
N/A
005
20m Cat
Tangalooma
Unknown
[1]
N/A
006
20m Cat
Amaroo II
Unknown
[1]
N/A
007
20m Cat
Green Islander
Unknown
[1]
N/A
008
20m Cat
Quicksilver
Unknown
[1]
N/A
009
29m Cat
Spirit of Roylen
Unknown
[1]
N/A
010
21m Cat
Trojan
Unknown
[1]
N/A
011
22m Cat
Keppel Cat I
Unknown
[1]
N/A
012
??m Cat
Thunderbird
Unknown
[1]
N/A
013
9m Cat
Little Devil
Unknown
[1] launched 1984[2]
N/A
014
??m Cat
Pybus Rutherglen Punt
Unknown
[1]
N/A
015
??m yacht
Margaret Rintoul
Unknown
[1]
N/A
016
27m Cat
Spirit of Victoria
Unknown
[1]
N/A
017
31m Cat
Tassie Devil 2001
Unknown
[1]
N/A
018
23m Cat
Starship Genesis
Unknown
[1]
N/A
019
31m Cat
2000
Unknown
[1]
N/A
020
30m Cat
Our Lady Patricia
Wightlink
Scrapped at Marchwood in 2008[3]
OurLadyPamela.jpg
021
30m Cat
Our Lady Pamela
Wightlink
Scrapped at Esbjerg in 2009[4]
N/A
022
37m Cat
Sea Flight
Cruise Whitsundays
[1]
Emeraude france douglas.jpg
023
74m WPC
Emeraude France
N/A
Laid up at Tilbury
N/A
024
74m WPC
Pinar del Río
Euromaroc 2000
Hscsearunner1.jpg
025
74m WPC
Cosmosjet
Sea Jets
Arrival of the "Snaefell", Belfast - geograph.org.uk - 962424.jpg
026
74m WPC
Masterjet
Sea Jets
N/A
027
74m WPC
Golden Blaze
Unknown
Laid up in Piraeus
SeaCatS.jpg
028
74m WPC
Cyclades Express
NEL Lines
HSC Condor 10 St Malo 2003.JPG
030
74m WPC
Condor 10
Hanil Express
Known as Hanil Blue Narae
N/A
031
74m WPC
Mandarin
Dae-A-Gosok
Refitting at Busan
N/A
032
74m WPC
Atlantic III
Ferrylineas S.A.
N/A
033
78m WPC
Jaume I
Baleària
N/A
034
78m WPC
Elanora
El Salam Maritime
N/A
035
78m WPC
Mega Jet
Sea Jets
N/A
036
K class
Juan Patricio
Buquebus
N/A
037
K class
Sunflower
Dae-A-Gosok
Seacat rapide calais.jpg
038
81m WPC
Jaume II
Baleària
N/A
039
R&D craft
Solar Boat
Incat
Stena Lynx III Laid Up Dublin.jpg
040
81m WPC
Sunflower 2
Dae A Express
N/A
041
81m WPC
Jaume III
Baleària
Poole.harbour.condor.arp.jpg
042
86m WPC
Condor Express
Condor Ferries
Hsc tarifa jet.jpg
043
86m WPC
Tarifa Jet
Förde Reederei Seetouristik Iberia
020610-078 CPS.jpg
044
86m WPC
Condor Vitesse
Condor Ferries
Condor Rapide02.JPG
045
86m WPC
Condor Rapide
Condor Ferries
N/A
046
91m WPC
T&T Express
Bay Ferries
The P&O "Express" at Larne - geograph.org.uk - 1894954.jpg
047
91m WPC
Express
P&O Irish Sea
Max mols.png
048
91m WPC
Max Mols
Mols-Linien
Hsc fjord cat hirtshals.jpg
049
91m WPC
Fjord Cat
Fjord Line
Hsc manannan.png
050
96m WPC
Manannan
Isle of Man
Steam Packet Company
Previously HSV-X1 Joint Venture
N/A
051
96m WPC
Bonanza Express
Fred. Olsen Express
N/A
052
96m WPC
Alborán
Acciona Trasmediterránea
N/A
053
96m WPC
Bencomo Express
Fred. Olsen Express
N/A
054
R&D Craft
Wing
Incat
N/A
055
96m WPC
Bentago Express
Fred. Olsen Express
Acciona-millenium.JPG
056
96m WPC
Highspeed 6
Hellenic Seaways
HSC Normandie Express 2009.jpg
057
98m WPC
Normandie Express
Brittany Ferries
N/A
058
98m WPC
Milenium Dos
Acciona Trasmediterránea
The cat ferry.jpg
059
98m WPC
Hai Xia Hao
Fujian Cross Straight Ferry
T&T Spirit at Scarborough.JPG
060
98m WPC
T&T Spirit
Government of Trinidad and Tobago
US Navy 031104-N-0000S-001 High Speed Vessel Two (HSV 2) Swift is participating in the West African Training Cruise.jpg
061
98m WPC
HSV-2 Swift
United States Navy
N/A
062
98m WPC
Milenium Tres
Acciona Trasmediterránea
N/A
063
17m Cat
Sixty Three
17m Project Pty Ltd
Natchan Rera 20131130 Hualien.JPG
064
112m WPC
Natchan Rera
Uni-wagon
Natchan World-008.jpg
065
112m WPC
Natchan World
Tsugaru Kaikyo Ferry
N/A
066
112m WPC
KatExpress 1
Mols-Linien
Previously Norman Arrow
N/A
067
112m WPC
KatExpress 2
Mols-Linien
N/A
068
85m WPC
Hull 068
Sado kisen
Under construction (2013)[5]
N/A
069
99m WPC
Francisco
Buquebus
N/A
070
N/A
Gwenhyfar
N/A
N/A
071
N/A
The Barge
Tas Marine Constructions
N/A
072
N/A
Lindoy
Stava Bat &
Dykkerservice AS
N/A
073
N/A
MR-1
N/A
N/A
074
70m FCB
Hull 074
Caspian Marine Services
Under construction (2013)[6]
N/A
NF08
K Class
Orange
JH Ferries

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "Earlier Vessels". Incat. Retrieved 30 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "History". Incat. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "M/S OUR LADY PATRICIA (1986)". Fakta om Fartyg. Retrieved 30 April 2012. 
  4. ^ "M/S OUR LADY PAMELA (1986)". Fakta om Fartyg. Retrieved 30 April 2012. 
  5. ^ "85 Metre Wave Piercing Catamaran". Incat. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 
  6. ^ "70 Metre Fast Crew Boat". Incat. Retrieved 1 October 2013. 

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