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Digital signage boards BC Ferries’ newest vessel

10net, a digital signage company based in North Vancouver, has provided dynamic menu boards for the Salish Orca, BC Ferries’ newest vessel, which began service in late May on the Comox-Powell River route.

The 107-m (351-ft) long ship is the first of three new dual-fuel vessels capable of operating on either natural gas or ultra-low-sulphur marine diesel. It replaces the Queen of Burnaby and features artwork by Darlene Gait, a member of the Esquimalt Nation.

In addition to the menu boards, 10net has installed screens on the vessel for corporate marketing, automated announcements and safety procedures.

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