Mv Stena Britannica
ex Stena Britannica (III), Stena Hollandica
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Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 2010 by Wadan yard, Wismar,Germany (Yard No 164) for Stena Rederi Ab Göteborg.
- Length: 240 m
- Breadth: 32.00 m
- Height: 51 m
- Draught: 6.65 m (max)
- Tonnage: 64,039 gross/ net/ deadweight
- Engines: 2 x 8L48/60CR and 2 x 6L48/60CR MAN 4 stroke diesel engines.
- Power: 33600 kW/HP
- Speed: 22 knots
- Decks: 12
- Capacity: 1,200 passengers, 230 car capacity – 5500 lane meters
- Crew: 85
- Call Sign: 2DMO6
- IMO Number: 9419175
- Official Number:
- Port of Registry: London, Harwich/United Kingdom
- Sister-Ship: Stena Hollandica
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November 9th 2006: Ordered under name of STENA HOLLANDICA.
September 22nd 2008: Keel struck.
December 17th 2008: Laid down.
June 7th 2009: Launched.
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June 2009: Builders yard went bankrupt and negotiations took place as to the future of vessels.
November 2009: Named STENA BRITANNICA
September 29th 2010: Delivered to Stena RoRo AB Gothenburg (Management, Stena Line BV).
September 12th 2009: Yard and Stena Line agree on vessel price
October 2nd 2010: Left Wismar for Harwich.
October 9th 2010: Maiden voyage between Harwich – Hoek van Holland.
© Andreas Wörteler (Rotterdam 09/10/2010)
© Aleksi Lindström
© Dirk Jankowsky
© Andreas Wörteler
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