Kivuko/Ferry cha kisasa kipo safarini kuja Kenya

MK254

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Kitarahisisha sana usafiri Likoni, maana idadi itatimia vivuko saba hapo Likoni.

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A new ferry to be deployed at the Likoni Channel has began its journey from Turkey.

Mv Jambo, which is expected to ease services at the busy channel, is at the Özata Shipyard in Turkey and is expected to arrive in July.

The ferry will officially launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta in July.

On its Facebook page, Kenya Ferry Service (KFS) said: “New ferry Mv Jambo ready for launching from the Ozata shipyard, Turkey.”

In pictures seen by the Nation, the doubled-ended ferry which has an overall length of 84.6 metres has been crowned with Kenya and Turkey flags.

Second ferry

The second ferry, MV Safari, is expected to be delivered in November 3, 2017, according to the KFS management.

The vessels were purchased from Turkey at a cost of Sh1.9 billion and will bring the total number of ferries at the Likoni crossing to seven.

They are expected to help decongest the sea channel that transports an estimated 330,000 people and 5,000 vehicles every day.

READ: Construction of Sh5.5bn Likoni cable car set to begin

“Our team is in Turkey to inspect the progress and the construction which is complete for the first ferry. The shipment of MV Jambo will start early June and by July 27 we expect it to be at our premises. MV Safari will be delivered on November 3,” said KFS boss Bakari Gowa in a past interview.

According to designs seen by the Nation, each ferry will have a seating capacity of 1,391 passengers and a designated area for people living with disabilities, the elderly and expectant women.

Currently, commuters - including the sick - must stand while travelling in some of the ferries including MV Nyayo, MV Harambee and MV Kilindini.

The vessels with the capacity to carry 64 vehicles will also have two rescue and emergency boats on-board, the plans show.

Washrooms

Unlike the old ferries, the new ones will also have washrooms for passengers.

“In the new ferries, passengers will be on the upper deck and vehicles in the lower one.

"We expect the August and December holidays to best as we will have free flow of services,” Mr Gowa said.

http://www.nation.co.ke/business/Ne...ney-from-Turkey/996-3966602-qtrcxs/index.html
 

MK254

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May 11, 2013
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Washrooms mnaweka kwa ferry badala ya kwenda kuwajengea Kibera?
Wanasafiri siku nzima hadi watake kuoga humo.
Vitu vingine sio muhimu, kutaka sifa tu.

Yaani lazima utoe tamko hata kama ni uharo, mbona kama huna cha kusema uspite kimya kama wenzio. Nyie ni majanga kweli, kwani kuwa na vyoo ndani ya kivuko tatizo nini, kwa taarifa yote hii umeona ujadili choo.
Ndio maana mnajadiliwa huku MAJI MAJI rebellion 1905-1907(Prove that Tanzanians were dumb since)
 

Jay456watt

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Aug 23, 2016
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i hope watatoa hizo colors za turkey itakapo wasili nchini...good progress it will help the ppl of Likoni...otherwise, I would like to see future projects such as this one given to local manufacturers...we may not have the technology now but it will benefit us more if we do and build our own instead of importing...
 

Edward Wanjala

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Nov 3, 2016
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Hatuna muda wa kupoteza hapa


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waltham

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Jan 23, 2014
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Kitarahisisha sana usafiri Likoni, maana idadi itatimia vivuko saba hapo Likoni.

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A new ferry to be deployed at the Likoni Channel has began its journey from Turkey.

Mv Jambo, which is expected to ease services at the busy channel, is at the Özata Shipyard in Turkey and is expected to arrive in July.

The ferry will officially launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta in July.

On its Facebook page, Kenya Ferry Service (KFS) said: “New ferry Mv Jambo ready for launching from the Ozata shipyard, Turkey.”

In pictures seen by the Nation, the doubled-ended ferry which has an overall length of 84.6 metres has been crowned with Kenya and Turkey flags.

Second ferry

The second ferry, MV Safari, is expected to be delivered in November 3, 2017, according to the KFS management.

The vessels were purchased from Turkey at a cost of Sh1.9 billion and will bring the total number of ferries at the Likoni crossing to seven.

They are expected to help decongest the sea channel that transports an estimated 330,000 people and 5,000 vehicles every day.

READ: Construction of Sh5.5bn Likoni cable car set to begin

“Our team is in Turkey to inspect the progress and the construction which is complete for the first ferry. The shipment of MV Jambo will start early June and by July 27 we expect it to be at our premises. MV Safari will be delivered on November 3,” said KFS boss Bakari Gowa in a past interview.

According to designs seen by the Nation, each ferry will have a seating capacity of 1,391 passengers and a designated area for people living with disabilities, the elderly and expectant women.

Currently, commuters - including the sick - must stand while travelling in some of the ferries including MV Nyayo, MV Harambee and MV Kilindini.

The vessels with the capacity to carry 64 vehicles will also have two rescue and emergency boats on-board, the plans show.

Washrooms

Unlike the old ferries, the new ones will also have washrooms for passengers.

“In the new ferries, passengers will be on the upper deck and vehicles in the lower one.

"We expect the August and December holidays to best as we will have free flow of services,” Mr Gowa said.

New-design Likoni ferry begins journey from Turkey

Mwafrika akili zake ni finyo sana, sana sana kwa wenye mamlaka serikalini! haingii akilini kwenda Turkey na kuna uwezo kenya au EA kujenga ferry aina yoyote bora wazipee viwanda vyetu fursa!!! tunakuza viwanda na kazi nchi za kigeni ili hali nyumbani ni ukosefu wa kazi balaaa!!!! Jubilee kila siku wimbo ni build kenya, buy kenya. this is bullcrap!!!!

ugandan order from a kenyan company in mombasa
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Kiba mzaire

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Apr 25, 2015
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i hope watatoa hizo colors za turkey itakapo wasili nchini...good progress it will help the ppl of Likoni...otherwise, I would like to see future projects such as this one given to local manufacturers...we may not have the technology now but it will benefit us more if we do and build our own instead of importing...
Akili za waafrika hapo wakubwa washapiga 10% yao kama kawaida sasa kipi kiliwazuia wasijenge kenya hiyo ferry kampuni za wazawa zingeshindwaje na badala yake wamewapa wanzungu.... Well said jay
 

game over

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Jan 1, 2016
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Kitarahisisha sana usafiri Likoni, maana idadi itatimia vivuko saba hapo Likoni.

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A new ferry to be deployed at the Likoni Channel has began its journey from Turkey.

Mv Jambo, which is expected to ease services at the busy channel, is at the Özata Shipyard in Turkey and is expected to arrive in July.

The ferry will officially launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta in July.

On its Facebook page, Kenya Ferry Service (KFS) said: “New ferry Mv Jambo ready for launching from the Ozata shipyard, Turkey.”

In pictures seen by the Nation, the doubled-ended ferry which has an overall length of 84.6 metres has been crowned with Kenya and Turkey flags.

Second ferry

The second ferry, MV Safari, is expected to be delivered in November 3, 2017, according to the KFS management.

The vessels were purchased from Turkey at a cost of Sh1.9 billion and will bring the total number of ferries at the Likoni crossing to seven.

They are expected to help decongest the sea channel that transports an estimated 330,000 people and 5,000 vehicles every day.

READ: Construction of Sh5.5bn Likoni cable car set to begin

“Our team is in Turkey to inspect the progress and the construction which is complete for the first ferry. The shipment of MV Jambo will start early June and by July 27 we expect it to be at our premises. MV Safari will be delivered on November 3,” said KFS boss Bakari Gowa in a past interview.

According to designs seen by the Nation, each ferry will have a seating capacity of 1,391 passengers and a designated area for people living with disabilities, the elderly and expectant women.

Currently, commuters - including the sick - must stand while travelling in some of the ferries including MV Nyayo, MV Harambee and MV Kilindini.

The vessels with the capacity to carry 64 vehicles will also have two rescue and emergency boats on-board, the plans show.

Washrooms

Unlike the old ferries, the new ones will also have washrooms for passengers.

“In the new ferries, passengers will be on the upper deck and vehicles in the lower one.

"We expect the August and December holidays to best as we will have free flow of services,” Mr Gowa said.

New-design Likoni ferry begins journey from Turkey
Thread za kimburula kama hizi usiwe unaleta humu,
Mna viongozi Mamburula sana.
 

1academ

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Oct 15, 2016
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Hongera ferry services kenya kwa uzinduzi huu,Ila wakenya tujihadhari na hawa waswahili toka nchi jirani, immigration wawe macho maana hao wangwanna wakitinga kwenye hizi pantoni zetu za kisasa itakuwa balaa belua! kama ile mv magogoni ya kwao walishaharibu vyoo vyote ndo maana unaskia wanalia lia humu kuwa tuna vyoo vya kisasa , bila kusahau kale katabia kao pendwa ka dunga dunga! yaani mabinti wetu wataumia maze
 

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