MS Bris Baptised
MS Brisen was baptised at Aker Brygge, Oslo, last weekend. Wave Propulsion designed the hull for the Brisen, as well as for the sister ship MS Bard and MS Brim I.
MS Brisen is an electric catamaran, and will be employed for day cruises on the Oslo fjord. The vessel is owned and operated by Brim Explorer AS, who offer sustainable and eco-friendly cruises in Norwegian fjords.
The Brisen was built at the Brødrene Aa yard at Hyen in Vestland County, Norway.
For more information about Brim Explorer and their cruises, kindly visit https://brimexplorer.com.
In cooperation with Brim Explorer AS, Maritime Partner AS and Hurtigruten ASA, Wave Propulsion has designed the hull for the MS Bard, which will be in launched spring 2020.
The hull measures 24.8x11m, and it is identical to the hull designed for the Brim I. The Brim I was built at the Maritime Partner yard in Ålesund, Norway.
MS Bard is an electric catamaran, and will transport tourists to Longyearbyen as well as other scenic spots on Svalbard.
Wave Propulsion has signed a contract with Maritim Partner to design the hull for the BRIM 1, which is planned to be finished at the end of July 2019. The ship owners are Green Wave Holding and the boat is managed by BRIM Explorer.
Wave Propulsion has contributed with early conceptual design and hull design. We have come to conclusions with the end costumer about proportions and has together with BRIM Explorer been developing the idea for 3 years.
The hull is a catamaran hull based on propeller propulsion. The hull is effective beacuse it has low sea resistance and high hull efficiancy, which makes it effective for passanger transport.
Brim Explorer: https://www.brimexplorer.com
Maritim Partner: http://maritime-partner.com