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haha, I wonder how much the fares cost!
 

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Length:10.86 m

Width: 4.28 m

Weight:6.500 kg

Max speed: 30 sea miles,

Can reach upto: 300 miles

Can carry 1 operators and 10 people

These sea taxis looks cool :)They have GPS systems connected with the main office and payments can also be accepted by credit cards either in the taxis or in the offices


by Teknoloji Holding (www.teknolojiholding.com)

www.ntv.com.tr
 

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How many have/will be put into operation?
 

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ATV haberde ki reportja'da 600 civari demislerdi.Haberlerde bu taksinin icine girip canli reportaj yaptilar.Ici cok güzel gözüküyor.
 

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i think next year year
 

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Kuvvaci said:


New taxis of Istanbul... But these are water taxis :) they are designed for Istanbul and being producing now for next year. But even now Izmir and Antalya want to buy these taxis. Each Taxi's capacity is 6 ppl.
It's not only Antalya and Izmir!I heard New York,Germany and many european countries are interested in that project as well.
 

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messiah said:
It's not only Antalya and Izmir!I heard New York,Germany and many european countries are interested in that project as well.
Are these water taxis turkish-made? If they are, then this is great news!
 

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great !! made in Turkey :)
 

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They'd work really well for my home city Liverpool as well actually. They seem a really effective way of getting people across small stretches of water quickly. Currently, ferries across the Mersey are rubbish, infrequent and expensive.

It's nice to see Istanbul has invested so heavily in efficient public transport systems.
 
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