Havila Pollux ferry accidents and incidents
124 m / 407 ft
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- shipbuilding yard changed in 2019 - from Barreras (Vigo, Spain) to Tersan (Yalova, Turkey)
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Havila Pollux ship's construction was started at Barreras Shipyard (Vigo, Spain). However, in August 2019, due to financial difficulties, the shipyard suspended all works on both Havila Kystruten-owned newbuilds (Pollux and Polaris) and in late-November 2019 cancelled both orders. In late-December, both unfinished hulls were towed to Tersan Shipyard (Yalova, Turkey). The Turkish shipyard was already building Havila's other 2 ships (Capella and Castor), and all 4 ferries will be delivered by 2021-Q4.
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