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Artemis Technologies Launches Game Changing Ferry

Artemis Technologies has unveiled the world’s most advanced 100 per cent electric foiling fast ferry that will change the way cities around the world utilise and decarbonise their waterways.

The 150-seat ferry generates zero emissions in operation, produces minimal wake and will deliver up to 85% fuel savings on conventional diesel ferries.

The first EF-24 Passenger ferry will be operated by Condor Ferries in 2024 on a Belfast/Bangor pilot scheme, initially creating 125 jobs in the region but contributing to a total Artemis growth of 1,000 new roles in the coming decade.

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