MV Pride – ex Pride of Dover, PO Dover, P&OSL Dover, Pride of Dover – Steel triple screw motor vessel, built Schichau -Unterweser AG, Bremen-Vegesack, Germany in 1987 (Yard No. 93) as a passenger and roll-on roll-off car and commercial vehicle ferry
MV Al Salmy 4, ex Express Santorini, Chartres – Steel twin screw motor vessel built by Dubigeon-Normandie S.A., Nantes (Yard No. 137), in 1974 for the French National Railways as a multi-purpose roll-on roll-off ferry for cars, lorries and railway vehicles.
MV Braemar, ex Crown Dynasty, ex Norwegian Dynasty, ex Crown Majesty, ex Crown Dynasty – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1993 by Union Naval de Levante, Valencia, Spain (Yard No 198) for Commodore Cruise Line, Panama.
Have you ever departed or arrived at the Port of Dover on a ferry and wondered what that strange building was at the end of the Eastern Arm? The answer to that question is that’s ‘Dover Port Control’.
MV Noor, ex Barakat, St Clair, Treg, Tregastel, Njegos, Travemunde – Steel twin screw motor vessel built by Schichau Unterweser AG, Bremerhaven in 1971 (Yard No 478) for Moltzau Line A/S, Gedser, Denmark, as a passenger, car and commercial vehicle roll-on roll-off ferry
HSC Sure (GH 2005) – “Mountbatten” (SRN4) Mk I Hovercraft built in 1969 by British Hovercraft Corporation, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England (Yard No 003) for Hoverlloyd Ltd., Ramsgate, England
HSC Swift (GH 2004) – “Mountbatten” (SRN4) Mk I Hovercraft built in 1969 by British Hovercraft Corporation, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England (Yard No 002) for Hoverlloyd Ltd, Ramsgate, England