FerriMaroc was a ferry company which operated services between the Port of Nador in Morocco and the Port of Almeria in Spain. The company was acquired from its owners Cenargo by the Spanish ferry operator Trasmediterránea in 2004. The brand name of Ferrimaroc was still used on the Nador to Almeria route with the ships carrying the funnel colours of Trasmediterránea and later Acciona Trasmediterránea. In 2015 the FerriMaroc name was dropped and all service were marketed as Trasmediterránea. In October 2017 Trasmediterránea was sold to Naviera Armas.

FerriMaroc Archive

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MV Olau Hollandia (I) – Past and Present

MV Almariya, ex Nordlandia, Olau Hollandia (I) – Twin screw motor vessel built in 1981 by AG Weser Seebeckwerft AG, Bremerhaven, Germany (Yard no 1028) as a passenger and motor vehicle ferry for Olau Line Ltd Co, Hamburg

Nigel Thornton Collection

MV St Edmund – Past and Present

MV Sara 3 – ex Santa Catharine, Scirocco, Rozel, Scirocco, HMS Keren, Keren, St Edmund – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1975 at Cammell Laird Shipbuilders Ltd., Birkenhead, England (Yard No 1361) for Passtruck (Shipping) Co. Ltd., London, England as a passenger and vehicle 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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MV Normandy – Past and Present

MV ARV2, ex Normandy, Stena Normandy, St Nicholas, Prinsessan Birgitta, GV 909 – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1981 by Götaverken Arendal Ab Göteborg  (Yard No. 909), for Ab Göteborg – Frederikshavns Linjen, Göteborg as a passenger and vehicle ferry.