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Viking Line celebrates milestone LNG bunkering of ‘Viking Grace’

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Nauticor’s sister company AGA has completed the 2000th LNG bunkering of Viking Line’s Viking Grace.

Viking Grace is an LNG-fuelled cruise ferry, in fact the first large passenger vessel in the world to be powered by LNG.

AGA’s LNG bunkering vessel Seagas has conducted daily ship-to-ship (STS) LNG bunkering operations in the Ports of Stockholm since 2013 without any incidents.

Nauticor passed on its congratulations to AGA for reaching this important milestone via its LinkedIn page.

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