A cargo/passenger version of the BHT130 was built by Kvichak Marine Industries in Seattle USA and launched in 2006. It is "one bay" longer that the BHT130 described above at 30.7m. Designated 'Suna-X', it is designed as a high speed ferry for up to 47 passengers and 47,500 pounds of freight to serve the remote Alaskan villages of King Cove and Cold Bay.
All pictures courtesy of NW Tech Service, Alaska
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