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🆕 MV Elk – Past and Present

MV Balticum Ex Tor Baltica, Elk Elk – © Simonwp (Immingham, 01/04/1989) Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1977 by Hyundai […]

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MV Calibur – Past and Present

MV Amadeo I Ex Calibur, Excalibur, Stena Mariner, Senator, Salah L, Stena Mariner, Mariner, Dana, Seaspeed Dana Calibur – © Simonwp (Kiel, […]

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MV Scotia Prince – Past and Present

MV Prince, ex Scotia Prince, Stena Olympica – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1972 by Titovo Brodogradiliste, Kraljevica, Yugoslavia (Yard No 399) as a Passenger/RoRo Cargo/Ferry for Stena AB, Gothenburg 

MV Saint Killian (II) - Past and Present

MV Saint Killian (II) – Past and Present

MV Egnatia, ex Egnatia III, Medina Star, Saint Killian II, Saint Killian, Stena Scandinavica (I) – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1973 by Titovo Brodogradiliste, Kraljevica, Yugoslavia (Yard No 400) as a Passenger/RoRo Cargo/Ferry for Stena AB, Gothenburg

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MV Euroferrys Atlantica – Past and Present

MV Ace II, ex Euroferrys Atlantica, Hull 309, Bluenose, Jutlandica, Stena Jutlandica (I) – Steel twin screw motor vessel built by Brodogradiliste Jozo Lozovina Mosor, Trogir, Yugoslavia in 1973 (Yard No. 162) as a RoRo Car and Commercial Vehicle ferry for Stena AB, Gothenburg

MV Isle of Innisfree (1995) - Past and Present

MV Isle of Innisfree (1995) – Past and Present

MV Kaitaki, ex Challenger, Stena Challenger, Pride of Cherbourg, Isle of Innisfree – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1995 by Van der Giessen-De Noord, Krimpen aan den IJssel, Holland (Yard No 963) as RoPax ferry for Irish Ferries, Dublin

© Barry Graham

MV Stena Lagan – Past and Present

MV Stena Lagan, ex Lagan Seaways, Lagan Viking – Steel twin screw “NAOS241” motor vessel, built in  2005 by C.N. “Visentini” di Visentini Francesco & C., Donada, Italy  (Yard No. 212) as a Ro-Ro Passenger ship

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MV Stena Mersey – Past and Present

MV Stena Mersey, ex Mersey Seaways, Mersey Viking – Steel twin screw “NAOS241” motor vessel, built in  2005 by C.N. “Visentini” di Visentini Francesco & C., Donada, Italy  (Yard No. 213) as a Ro-Ro Passenger ship

© Aubrey Dale

MV Bison – Past and Present

MV Ant I, ex Stena Pioneer, European Pioneer, Bison – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1975 by J.J. Sietas KG Schiffswerft G.m.b.H. & Co, Hamburg (Yard No 755) as a Passenger/RoRo Cargo Ship

© Aubrey Dale

MV Puma – Past and Present

MV Ant 2, ex Stena Seafarer, European Seafarer, Puma, Union Trader, Union Melbourne – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1975 by J.J. Sietas KG Schiffswerft G.m.b.H. & Co, Hamburg (Yard No 577) as a Passenger/RoRo Cargo Ship

© Tony Garner

MV Felicity – Past and Present

MV Rigel II, ex Scandinavia, Visborg, Visby, Stena Felicity, Felicity, Visby – Steel twin screw ”Visby Class” motor vessel built in 1980 by Öresundsvarvet, Landskrona (Yard No 278 ) as a Passenger/RoRo Cargo Ferry

© Gary Davies (Maritime Photographic)

MV Connemara – Past and Present

MV Connemara, ex Asterion, Norman Asturias, Baltic Amber, Stena Ausonia – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 2007 by C.N. “Visentini” di Visentini Francesco & C, Porto Viro yard, Italy (Yard No 216) as a Passenger Roll on – Roll off cargo ferry.

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MV Stena Traveller (1992) – Past and Present

MV Patria Seaways, ex Lisco Patria, TT Traveller, Stena Traveller, TT Traveller, Stena Traveller – Steel motor vessel, built by Bruces Verkstad AB, Landskrona , Sweden (Yard No. 21) and fitted out by Mekaniske Verksted, Trondheim, Norway (Yard No. 51) in 1992 as a passenger and roll-on roll-off car and commercial vehicle ferry, for Stena Rederi AB, Goteborg.