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What is Transtejo Soflusa?

Transtejo Soflusa is a public transportation provider in Lisboa which operates Ferry routes. The Transtejo Soflusa has 5 Ferry routes in Lisboa with 9 Ferry stations.

What will Transtejos electric ships look like?

The 40-metre ships will be entirely electric-powered, which will give Transtejo a unique fleet, according to the shipbuilder. The design is based on a catamaran-type hull specifically optimised to make the most of the almost 2 MWh of electrical energy stored in its batteries.

When will the first Transtejo ship be delivered?

Transtejo was originally planning to take delivery of the first ship in the series at the end of 2020. The plan in 2019 was to run them on LNG. Transtejo has 11 ferries and catamarans. These were built between 1959 and 1998. (Copyright)

What are the Transtejo Soflusa ferry routes in Lisboa?

The Transtejo Soflusa has 5 Ferry routes in Lisboa with 9 Ferry stations. Their Ferry routes cover an area from the Trafaria stop to the Montijo - Seixalinho stop and from the Terreiro Do Paço stop to the Seixal stop. Do you work for Transtejo Soflusa? Partner with us! The Most Popular Urban Mobility App in Lisboa.

What is Transtejo&Soflusa?

Transtejo & Soflusa ( Portuguese pronunciation: [tɾɐ̃ʃˈtɛʒu i sɔˈfluzɐ]) is a public ferry company operating between Lisbon, on the right (north) bank of the Tagus River, to the left (south) bank of the river at Trafaria, Porto Brandão, Cacilhas (Almada), Seixal, Barreiro and Montijo . Transtejo & Soflusa operates 5 routes across the Tagus .

What are the Transtejo Soflusa ferry routes in Lisboa?

The Transtejo Soflusa has 5 Ferry routes in Lisboa with 9 Ferry stations. Their Ferry routes cover an area from the Trafaria stop to the Montijo - Seixalinho stop and from the Terreiro Do Paço stop to the Seixal stop. Do you work for Transtejo Soflusa? Partner with us! The Most Popular Urban Mobility App in Lisboa.

What is the meaning of Soflusa ferry?

Transtejo & Soflusa (Portuguese pronunciation: [tɾɐ̃ʃˈtɛʒu i sɔˈfluzɐ]) is a public ferry company operating between Lisbon, on the right (north) bank of the Tagus River, to the left (south) bank of the river at Trafaria, Porto Brandão, Cacilhas (Almada), Seixal, Barreiro and Montijo.

How much will the new Transtejo ships cost?

A price has not been given, but Transtejo launched a $102m fleet renewal tender for the newbuildings in 2019. The 40-metre ships will be entirely electric-powered, which will give Transtejo a unique fleet, according to the shipbuilder.

What will Transtejos electric ships look like?

The 40-metre ships will be entirely electric-powered, which will give Transtejo a unique fleet, according to the shipbuilder. The design is based on a catamaran-type hull specifically optimised to make the most of the almost 2 MWh of electrical energy stored in its batteries.

Will Spains new electric ferries be built in Portugal?

Portuguese shipowner Transtejo has been cleared to build 10 new electric ferries in Spain. Spanish shipbuilder Astilleros Gondan said work will start in the coming days on the vessels after the Portuguese Court of Auditors approved the deal. Gondan revealed it had been awarded the contract in October last year.

When will work start on the gondan ships?

Spanish shipbuilder Astilleros Gondan said work will start in the coming days on the vessels after the Portuguese Court of Auditors approved the deal. Gondan revealed it had been awarded the contract in October last year.

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