In December 2014, Britain's first trimaran ferry sailed from Cebu, Philippines to Poole, a large coastal town and seaport in the county of Dorset, on the south coast of England. This first high speed trimaran was filled with 200,000 liters of Marine Gas Oil (Shell Diesel Fuel) from Genergex Petroleum Corporation. It took three weeks for the 335-ft vessel to sail from Cebu to Poole. The £50million ferry entered service in late March 2015 and operates between Poole and the islands of Guernsey and Jersey. The ferry has three seat classes, an increased capacity of nearly 900 passengers and 245 cars, and a service speed of 35 knots (approximately 40mph).