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M/S Gulli

Technical details:

Type: Car ferry
Building material: Steel hull
Length: 59.50 m
Beam: 13.70 m
Draught: 2.40 m
Propulsion: 4 x Volvo Penta TAMD 122A; total 1,080 hp, 794 kW
Speed: 10 knots
Capacity: 297 passengers and 38 cars
Gross tonnage: 360 gt

M/S Gulli


General history and facts:

”M/S Gulli” is a car and passenger ferry built in 1977 by “AB Åsi-verken”, Åmål, Sweden and delivered the same year to the Swedish Road Administration under the name “Färja 61/301”. The original line, served by the ferry was Lilla Varholmen–Öckerö in Västra Götaland county, but in 1980s it was assigned several different routes in the region. In 1992 it was extensivelly renovated, the engines were exchanged with the current Volvo Penta TAMD 122A, 1,080 hp (794 kW) and the name was changed to “Gulli”. On 1st of January 1996 the ownership of “Gulli” was transferred to Vägverket Färjerederiet, Vaxholm. In 2007 it served the line Slagsta–Jungfrusund. In 2010 there was a modernisation in the road administration system and a new entity of “Trafikverket” was created. From 2010 “Trafikverket Färjerederiet” manages and runs “Gulli”. Since 2013, the ferry is assigned the route Furusund–Köpmanholm and used as a back-up vessel on the east coast of Sweden.

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