Liekut to Tasmania?

The newest ship from FSG may soon be sailing on the Bass Strait.

There is strong information that suggests the FSG built Liekut will sail for Tasmania to go on charter to Searoad to replace the Searoad Tamar. It was rumored a few weeks ago that SeaRoad had been working on bringing the vessel out here, but AMSA had said there were some things not up to the task of the Bass Strait trade. ShipPax has reported that there maybe some works done to the vessel, such as a stern thruster, reinforcing of the cargo decks and modifications to the stern ramp to suite the trade.
The eight Flensburg-built Siem Ro-Ro vessels have all found charter work, to DFDS or its subsidiary UN RoRo, except Liekut .

SeaRoad Tasmania’s SeaRoad Mersey II was constructed to similar design at FSG.