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BC Ferries unveils hull wrap of LNG dual-fuel vessel

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BC Ferries has announced that the wrap adorning the hull of the Salish Raven has been unveiled to Musqueam First Nation’s Thomas Cannell – the designer of the artwork.

The Salish Raven is an LNG dual-fuel vessel due to commence service on the Tsawwassen – Southern Gulf Islands route later this Autumn. The vessel recently completed a 10 440 nautical mile journey from Gdansk, Poland, to British Columbia (B.C.), Canada. It features two car decks and has a service speed of 15.5 knots, powered by three dual-fuel Wärtsilä 8L20DF engines.

The artwork adorning the vessel reportedly “depicts the beauty of the powerful, intelligent raven.” BC Ferries claims that the artist’s vision of the bird “engages his audience with a new style of Coast Salish art.”

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