Searail is establishing a passenger and cargo high speed ferry service along the ECOWAS Coast from Nigeria to Senegal.
The service is designed to be a viable choice preference to air and road travel for cross border commuting and freight. The focus is to support trade and employment by connecting free trade zones, however the luxurious modern vessel provides a sublime passenger experience with space to walk around and decks to enjoy the scenery and sea air through to bars, dining areas and live entertainment for a truly enjoyable experience.
The vessel is a 266’ Fast RoPax Wave Piercing Catamaran High Speed Ferry built by INCAT of Australia. This design is capable of operating comfortably in ocean wave conditions and carries 700 passengers and 181 cars at speeds of 40 knots. Featuring bow and stern ramps for fast and efficient loading and unloading, the vessel is DNV Class and SOLAS certified.
Commencing at Lekki Free Zone, the route includes Ikorodu, Victoria Island, Daddo Terminal (Nigeria), Cotonou (Benin), Lome (Togo), Tema, Cape Coast & Takoradi (Ghana), Abidjan & San-Pedro (Cote dIvoire), Harper & Monrovia (Liberia), Freetown (Sierra Leone) Conakry (Guinea), Bissau (Guinea Bissau), Banjul (Gambia) and Dakar (Senegal) and return in addition to personnel and freight services to the oil rigs.
Vessel branding is available and special interest parties are welcome to contact Searail for possible business collaborations.