InCat are an Australian manufacturer of catamarans of up to 112m in length based in Hobart, Tasmania. Previously known as International Catamarans, InCat build vessels of various sizes from passenger only river vessels to large passenger and vehicle carrying catamarans for both civilian and military use. The most famous InCat manufactured vessels in UK waters are probably the former Hoverspeed “Seacat’s. Stena’s Sea Lynx’s, P&O’s EXPRESS, Isle of Man Steam Packet’s MANANNAN and Snaefell, and Brittany Ferries NORMANDIE EXPRESS are also examples of InCat vessels which have operated in UK waters.
Profile of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company catamaran fast-ferry MANANNAN. Includes an overview of her history, technical specifications, and photographs. MANANNAN operates between Douglas and Liverpool, Belfast, and Dublin.
SEACAT SCOTLAND was 5th and final of Hoverspeed’s 74m “Seacat” car carrying catamarans built by International Catamarans (InCat) in Australia. She was launched on the 29th October 1991 and inaugurated the new Belfast – Stranraer service on 1st of June 1992.