All aboard for Jobbie Nooner 2106 now wouldn’t this be awesome to take to Jobbie next year?

Load up for Jobbie Nooner 2016 in this bad ass ship!

Condor Ferries Condor Express catamaran car ferry passes through Poole Harbour. The ship carries 750 passengers and 180 cars, and operates between the English South Coast, France and the Channel Islands.

Condor Express was built in 1996 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia for use by Condor Ferries then joint owned by Commodore Shipping of Guernsey and Holyman. Condor Express was the first of a series of four 86m catamarans.

At 40knts we could get to Jobbie in no time!

With a cruise speed of 40 knts you will be able to get just about anywhere you want to. No specs on fuel consumption

Name: HSC Champion Jet 2
  • 2015 onwards: SeaJets
  • 1997-2014: Condor Ltd
  • 2015 onwards: SeaJets
  • 1997-2014Condor Ferries
Port of registry: Limassol, Cyprus
Route: 1997-2015Poole/Weymouth – Channel Islands

2015- To Be confirmed

Builder: Incat, Tasmania, Australia
Cost: £27 million
Yard number: 042
Laid down: 18 March 1996
Launched: 24 November 1996
Completed: 1996
Maiden voyage: 31 January 1997 [1]
Identification: IMO number: 9135896
Status: In Service (Currently In Dry Dock)
General characteristics
Tonnage: 5,007 tonnes
Length: 86.62 m (284.2 ft)
Beam: 26 m (85.3 ft)
Draft: 3.5 m (11.5 ft)
Installed power: 4 × 9,490bhp (7,080kw) Ruston 20RK270 diesel engines
Propulsion: 4x Lips LJ145D waterjets
Speed: up to 40 knots (74 km/h; 46 mph)
  • 800 passengers
  • 200 vehicles
Underway at 40 knots


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