Pelni

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Pelni Ship Route Network 2006
A Pelni ferry
Dinner time
Economy-class area

Pelni (Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia) is the national shipping company of Indonesia. Currently Pelni operates twenty-six ships; twenty-three of these are passenger ships that serve a variety of routes within the archipelago and connects all the main islands of Indonesia from Sumatra to Papua, mostly on a bi-weekly or monthly schedule.

List of Pelni ships[edit]

  • KM Awu
  • KM Binaiya
  • KM Bukit Raya
  • KM Bukit Siguntang
  • KM Ciremai
  • KM Dobonsolo
  • KM Dorolonda
  • KM Fudi (overturned while docked at Tanjung Perak port in Surabaya, attempts to refloat her was unsuccessful, so she is scrapped onsite a year later)
  • KM Ganda Dewata
  • KM Ego
  • KM Kelimutu
  • KM Kelud
  • KM Lawit
  • KM Labobar
  • KM Leuser
  • KM Lambelu
  • KM Pangrango
  • KM Nggapulu
  • KM Sangiang
  • KM Sirimau
  • KM Sinabung
  • KM Tatamailau
  • KM Tidar
  • KM Tilongkabila
  • KM Umsini

The following ships do not have a regular schedule

  • KM Kerinci
  • KFC Jet Liner
  • KM Wilis

The following ships are granted by Pelni to be in service with TNI–AL

  • KM Kambuna (Now KRI Tanjung Nusanive)
  • KM Rinjani (Now KRI Tanjung Fatagar)[1]

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