Steel-cutting for RoRo sailing vessel

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Neoline Armateur has reached a historic milestone with the steel-cutting of its very first sailing RoRo cargo vessel

Twelve years in the making, the start of construction took place on 8 November at RMK Marine’s Tuzla shipyard in Turkey.

The Neoliner, a 136m sail-powered RoRo cargo ship will operate a transatlantic rotation between the ports of Saint-Nazaire, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Baltimore and Halifax, departing every month from 2025.

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