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London-Istanbul, ex HMS Ambitious, Ville De Liege – Steel triple screw steamer, built and engined by Cockerill’s of Hoboken (Yard No. 531)in 1914 for the Belgian Marine Administration’s Ostend service as a passenger/mail vessel

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MV Viking 6 – Past and Present

MV Sardegna Bella, ex Moby Dream, Viking 6, Sun Express, Sol Olympia, Viking 6, Goelo, Viking 6, Wickersham, Stena Britannica – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1967 as a passenger and vehicle ferry by A/S Langesund Mekaniske Verksted, Langesund, Norway (Yard No 55) for Stena Ab, Göthenberg

MV Norman Commodore - Past and Present

MV Norman Commodore – Past and Present

MV Fjardvagen, ex Norman Commodore, Pride of Portsmouth, Mads Mols, Mads Trader, Merchant Trader, Sir Lamorak, Lakespan Ontario, Lady Catherine, Lune Bridge, Norcliff, Anu – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in  1972 by Ankerlökken Verft A/S, Florø, Norway  (Yard No. 90 ), for Alander Frachtschiff GmbH, Hamburg as a roll-on and roll-off passenger and commercial vehicle ferry.

MV Prinsessan Christina (II) - Past and Present

MV Prinsessan Christina (II) – Past and Present

MV Aqua Solution, ex Wind Solution, Palau, Commodore, Stena Prince, Lion Prince, Europafarjan I, Stena Nordica, Prinsessan Christina, Safe Christina, Prinsessan Christina II – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1969 at Aalborg Værft, A/S, Ålborg, Denmark (Yard No 180) for Rederi AB, Goteborg Frederikshavn Linjen, Sweden (operating under the name of Sessan Linjen) as a passenger and vehicle ferry

MV The Viking - Past and Present

MV The Viking – Past and Present

MV Moby Lally, ex Prince, Peder Olsen, Wasa Prince, The Viking – Steel twin screw motor vessel built by Schichau Unterweser AG, Bremerhaven in 1974 (Yard No 2255) for Jydsk farebeat A/S Juelsminde Denmark, as a passenger, car and commercial vehicle roll-on roll-off ferry

MV Duc de Normandie - Past and Present

MV Duc de Normandie – Past and Present

MV Vronskiy, ex Wisteria, Duc de Normandie, Prinses Beatrix – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built and engined by Verolme Scheepswerf Heusden B.V, Heusden, Holland in 1978 (Yard No 959) for the Stoomvaart Maatschappij Zeeland (SMZ), Hoek Van Holland, Holland.

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