“This is certainly the fastest ship in the world,” said Incat managing director Kim Clifford. “Of course there’s a few speed boats that could surpass 58 knots 107 km/h, but nothing that could carry 1,000 passengers and 150 cars, and with an enormous duty-free shop on board.”
The Francisco is the world’s first high-speed ferry that uses liquefied natural gas (LNG) as primary fuel.
The HSC Francisco is a high-speed catamaran owned by Argentine-Uruguayan ferry company Buquebus operating between Buenos Aires and Montevideo. The ship is named after Pope Francis and is possibly the fastest ferry in the world.
Via: Humans At Sea