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MV Seafreight Highway - Past and Present

MV Seafreight Highway – Past and Present

MV Urd, ex Seafreight Highway, Easy Rider – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built by Nuovi Cantieri Apuania S.P.A. Marina di Carrara, Italy (Yard No. 2119) for Castello Hellas Shipping Co, Piraeus, Greece in 1981 as a commercial vehicle ferry

© Mike Sartin

GTS (20) Prinses Stephanie – Past and Present

GTS Seven Island Yume, ex Seajet Kristen, Adler Wizard, Prinses Stephanie – Aluminium 929-115 series Jetfoil high speed passenger ferry built in 1981 by Boeing Jetfoil Industries, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. (Yard No 20) for Regie voor Maritiem Transport, Ostend, Belgium.

© Mike Sartin

GTS (19) Princesse Clementine – Past and Present

GTS Seven Island Niji, ex Seajet Kara, Alderney Blizzard, Adler Blizzard, Princesse Clementine – Aluminium 929-115 series Jetfoil high speed passenger ferry built in 1981 by Boeing Jetfoil Industries, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. (Yard No 19) for Regie voor Maritiem Transport, Ostend, Belgium.

© Cees Bustraan

MV Empress of the Seas – Past and Present

MV Empress of the Seas, ex Empress, Nordic Empress – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1990 by Chantiers de l’Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France (Yard No G29) as a Passenger (Cruise) ship for Admiral Cruises.

© Ken Larwood

MV Dawn Merchant – Past and Present

MV Kaiarahi, ex Norman Trader, Dawn Merchant – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1998, by Astilleros Espanoles S.A. (AESA) Seville, Spain, (Yard No. 287) for Cenargo as a passenger roll-on roll-off commercial freight ferry

MV Midnight Merchant - Past and Present

MV Midnight Merchant – Past and Present

MV Finbo Cargo, ex European Endeavour, Midnight Merchant – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 2000, by Astilleros Espanoles S.A. (AESA) Seville, Spain, (Yard No. 290) for Cenargo (owners of Norse Merchant Ferries plc) as a passenger roll-on roll-off commercial freight ferry

© Fotoflite

MV European Trader – Past and Present

MV Lina, ex European Trader – Steel twin screw motor vessel, intended primarily as a commercial vehicle ferry, built and engined by Schichau Unterweser A.G., Bremen (Yard No. 2258) in 1975 for the Monarch Steamship Company, like Townsend’s, a subsidiary of the European Ferries Group

© Bob Scott

MV Villandry – Past and Present

MV Adina Lestari 102, ex Delos, Olympia, Villandry – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1965 by Dubigeon-Normandie S.A., Nantes-Chantenay, France (Yard No 809) as a passenger and vehicle roll-on roll-off vehicle ferry, for SNCF

© Ted Ingham

MV Valencay – Past and Present

MV Pollux I, ex Eptanisos, Valencay – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1965 by Chantiers de Atlantique, Nantes, France (Yard No E23) as a passenger and vehicle roll-on roll-off vehicle ferry, for SNCF

© Tony Garner

TS Caledonian Princess – Past and Present

TS Prince, ex Tuxedo Princess, Caledonian Princess – Steel twin screw steam turbine vessel, built and engined by Wm Denny & Bros, Ltd., Dumbarton, in 1961(Yard No. 1501) for Caledonian Steam Packet Co (Irish Services) Ltd., as a passenger and car ferry.

Nigel Thornton Collection

MV Princesse Astrid – Past and Present

MV Express Erme, ex Express Hermes, Bari Express, Georgios B, Princesse Astrid (II) – Steel twin screw motor vessel, built by N.V. Boelwerf S.A., Temse, (Yard No 1440) for the Belgian Marine Administration’s Ostend service in 1969. Engined by Sulzer Bros, Winterthur.