Höegh Autoliners New Horizon Hull 462E completes sea trial

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New Horizon hull 462E successfully concluded its sea trial on 9 August in Xiamen, China.

This is the fifth in a series of six Post-Panamax vessels that Höegh Autoliners will take delivery of within this year.

The Naming Ceremony for this vessel will be held on 24 August in Xiamen, China.

Höegh Autoliners New Horizon Hull 462E completes sea trial

Image courtesy: Höegh Autoliners

About the New Horizon Vessel:

The New Horizon design is the world's largest PCTC by capacity, with a deck area of 71,400 m². The ship can carry 8,500 car equivalent units and has the flexibility to carry also high and heavy project cargo. With focus on energy efficiency throughout the design process, the New Horizon will emit only half of the CO2 per transported unit, compared to a conventional car carrier. Due to its energy efficiency, the vessel design has been nominated to Nor-Shipping's Energy Efficiency award 2015.

Source: Höegh Autoliners