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Browse through our online gallery, which features the latest images and renderings of our soon-to-be-introduced vessels.
View the sleek exterior of Spirit of Tasmania IV from any direction in the below 3D model.
Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the advanced design, state-of-the-art technology, and exceptional amenities that make up the new Spirit of Tasmania ships.
Begin the journey to Bass Strait as we preview the new documentary series detailing the building of Spirit of Tasmania IV and V.
In Episode 1, we meet the team behind Rauma Marine Constructions.
In Episode 2, we meet the Spirit of Tasmania project team who are leading the construction of the new vessels.
Spirit of Tasmania IV is the first of two new ships being built by Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) in Finland.
Get a sneak peek of new drone footage showing how far the ship build of Spirit of Tasmania IV has progressed! 🚢 Join us for a fly through of the Rauma Marine Constructions Shipyard with some stunning drone footage. Marvel at the engineering expertise and hard work that go into creating this state-of-the-art vessel.
In May 2023, Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) held a special event in Finland for the keel laying of Spirit of Tasmania V.
We’re ecstatic to be welcoming new vessels, Spirit of Tasmania IV & V to our fleet from 2024. Explore how they compare to our current fleet in this immersive animated breakdown.
Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has formally started construction of the first roll on / roll off vessels to replace the current Spirit of Tasmania ships.
Did you miss out on the iconic steel cutting ceremony, marking the start of the construction of Spirit of Tasmania IV? No problem! You can catch the ceremony’s highlights right here.
Couldn’t make it to the unforgettable steel-cutting ceremony for the Spirit of Tasmania IV? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this video, we’ve compiled the most memorable moments from the event that marked the beginning of a new chapter in Tasmanian travel. 🎉🚢
In October 2022, Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) held a special event in Finland for the keel laying of Spirit of Tasmania IV. The keel laying is the beginning of an important stage in the construction of our first new vessel. As is tradition, recently minted 2022 Australian and Finnish coins will be placed in the keel before the first block is lowered into position. The coins symbolise good fortune for the builders and all those who sail on the vessel.
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Explore our image gallery featuring a curated collection of photographs of the ship build process, milestone events and ship renders.
Any imagery used must be credited e.g. “Courtesy Spirit of Tasmania”