January 25 - Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has delivered two ro-ro ferries to Turkish shipping company Ulusoy Sealines. The Ulusoy 14 and Ulusoy 15 were delivered during December and January respectively.
The 208 m ro-ro ferries are the largest to ever leave the FSG shipyard. Each vessel has space for 283 trailers and has a loading capacity of 4,094 lane metres.www.fsg-ship.dewww.ulusoysealines.com
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