MV Stena Estrid
Stena Estrid – © Robbie Cox (Dublin, 30/07/2020)
Steel twin screw “Stena E-Flexer” class motor vessel built in 2019 by China Merchants Jinling Ltd (CMJL) (ex Avic Shipyard), Weihai, China (Yard No W0263) as a Passenger/RoRo Ferry
- Length: 214.50 m (overall) 202.50 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 28.43 m (extreme)
- Depth: 9.5 m
- Draught: 6.70 m
- Tonnage: 41671 gross/14991 net/9777 deadweight
- Engines: 2 x Caterpillar MaK 12VM43C diesels
- Power: 25200 kW/HP
- Speed: 22 knots
- Capacity: 1000 passengers/ 3100 lane metres + 120 cars
- Crew: 110
- Call Sign: 5BLA5
- MMSI Number: 209878000
- IMO Number: 9807293
- DNV Gl id: 36953
- Port of Registry: Cardiff/United Kingdom, Limassol/Cyprus
- Sister Ships: Cote D’Opale, Galicia, Stena Edda, Stena Embla, Salamanca, Stena NB270, Stena NB271, Santona
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November 3rd 2016: Contract date.
February 2nd 2018: Keel laid.
January 16th 2019: Launched.
September 5th 2019: First sea trials.
November 15th 2019: Delivered to Stena RoRo Ab, Gothenburg.
November 2019: Registered to Jiafu International Ship lease (care of Stena Line), Holyhead, UK. Management Stena Line Ltd.
November 22nd 2019: Left Weihai for Europe via Singapore – Suez.
December 22nd 2019: Arrived Dublin.
January 13th 2020: Services between Dublin – Holyhead.
© Robbie Cox (Dublin, 03/03/2020)
May 2nd 2020: Came off service and sailed from Holyhead to Cairnryan.
May 3rd 2020: Arrived Cairnryan where repairs were carried out on one of her four engines.
June 15th 2020: Resumed services between Holyhead – Dublin.
September 10th 2020: Services between Belfast – Cairnryan.
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