The history & development of the Incat company and global view of its products in service.
Hull 074, Muslim Magomayev, was the first Incat crew transfer vessel and arrived at Azerbaijan in the Caspain Sea. View more workboat options.
Incat's 2015 World Fleet spans over 20 countries from as far south as Uruguay to Northern Scandinavia. The guide consists of representation from 30 companies.
With continuing emphasis on fuel efficiency and eco operations Incat has continued to develop the breed.. Take a look at our current vessels and conceptual general arrangements.
This Military Dossier chronicles the history of the four vessels constructed by Incat for military service. For the latest Incat military vessel concepts contact head office or your local Incat representative.
Incat has produced designs for several dual fuel (LNG and MGO) vessel options employing the reciprocating engine and the gas turbine engine. These options are explored in this brochure.
In this yearbook, we are telling the story of what is to come, but also what has already been. We take a month by month sneak peer at the vesels under construction
Incat vessels are instantly recognisable the world over thanks to their unique Wave Piercing profile and centre bow. The main role of the centre bow is to act as a shock absorber for oncoming seas.
Evolution One12 the world’s largest diesel powered high speed catamaran takes the performance of high speed catamarans to a new level.
Train ferry use has been in decline. Half a century ago they provided luxury travel for passengers uninterrupted by the sea journey as the Pullman carriages were shunted aboard ship.
Incat’s Ecoship 130 offers the capacity to carry large numbers of commercial vehicles, rigid, articulated vehicles, vans and lorries at lower operational costs.
Incat vessels from
15 metres to 50 metres