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MV Dragon – Past and Present

MV Millennium Express II, ex Ionic Ferry, Dragon – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1967 by Ateliers et Chantiers de Bretagne, Nantes (Yard No. 16/108), fitted out at Dubigeon-Normandie S.A., Nantes (Yard No 824) as a passenger and vehicle ferry

© Simonwp

MV Speedlink Vanguard – Past and Present

MV Boa Vista, ex Bonavista, Normandie Shipper, Kirk Shipper, Stena Shipper, Karibe Express, Speedlink Vanguard, Stena Shipper, Alpha Express, Union Wellington, Stena Shipper – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1973 by A Vuyk & Zonen’s Scheepswerven B.V Capelle a/d, Ijssel, Holland, (Yard No. 864), for Stena Ab, Göteborg as a roll-on/roll-off vehicle ferry

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MV Sally Eurobridge – Past and Present

MV Riverdance, ex Sally Eurobridge, Schiaffino – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1977 by Rickmers Werft, GmbH, Bremerhaven, Germany (Yard No. 389), for Oskar Wehr KG, Hamburg as a passenger and commercial vehicle ferry.

© Andreas Wörteler

MV Ostend Way – Past and Present

MV Bostan N, ex Ostend Way, Sapphire, Rovinga, Azua, Rovinga, Balder Vinga – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1980 by Karlskronavarvet AB, Karlskrona, Sweden (Yard No. 398), for Engström & Larson, Lysekil, Sweden as a passenger and commercial vehicle ferry.

© Andreas Wörteler

MV Ipswich Way – Past and Present

MV Istanbul N, ex Ipswich Way, Rodona, Balder Dona – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1980 by Karlskronavarvet AB, Karlskrona, Sweden (Yard No. 397), for Engström & Larson, Lysekil, Sweden as a passenger and commercial vehicle ferry.

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TS Sambur – Past and Present

TS Sambur, ex HMS Toreador, HMS Sambur, Sambur – Steel twin screw turbine vessel, built in 1925 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Newcastle (Yard No. 1206), for Great Western Railway (British Railways).

National Railway Museum/Science & Society Picture Library

TS Roebuck (II) – Past and Present

TS Roebuck (II), ex HMS Roebuck II, HMS Roebuck, Roebuck – Steel twin screw turbine vessel, built in 1925 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Newcastle (Yard No. 1204), for Great Western Railway (British Railways).

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