Hawaii Superferry 'Alakai' (pre-delivery)

The vessels used by Hawaii Superferry are designed and built by Austal USA, a division of Australia-based shipbuilder Austal. The company plans to utilize two 349-foot (106 m) double-hulled ships powered by MTU Friedrichshafen engines using waterjet propulsion (which the company claims will minimize impact to marine mammals[2]) and capable of transporting up to 866 passengers and 282 subcompact cars. The ships feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views, sofas and family seating, and flat-screen TVs and video games.

The first ship, the Alakai, docked in Honolulu Harbor on June 30, 2007. The second ship is scheduled for completion in 2009.
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