Misida © Aleksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 11/07/2008)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2007 by Sietas Schiffswerft GmbH & Co. Hamburg-Neuenfelde, Germany (Yard No 1282) as a Roll-On/Roll-Off carrier – Equipped for carriage of containers.
- Length: 165.75 m (overall) 155.40 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 25.60 m (extreme)
Depth: 14.80 m
Draught: 7.26 m (summer)
Tonnage: 15586 gross/4676 net/11407t deadweight (summer)
Engines: 2 x Wärtsilä 6 L46F – 4 stroke 6 cylinder diesel engines
Speed: 19.0 knots (service) 20.0 knots (max)
Capacity: 484 20ft containers/242 40ft containers (on deck), 48 reefer plugs – Weather deck: Area: 2.610 m², Lane metres: 859 m, Max. load: 2,5 t/m²
- Main deck: Area: 2.554 m², Lane metres: 820 m, Max. load: 5,0 t/m²
- Lower deck: Area: 1.516 m², Lane metres: 476 m, Max. load: 8,0 t/m²
- 12 drivers in 6 cabins
Call Sign: OJNC
MMSI Number: 230995000
- IMO Number: 9348948
Port of Registry: Brändö/Finland
Sister Ships: Misana
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December 20th 2005: Keel struck.
October 27th 2007: Launched.
December 10th 2007: Registered owner; Minicarriers AB.
December 20th 2007: Delivered to Oy Trailer-Link Ab. ISM Manager; Godby Shipping Ab, Mariehamn, Åland.
December 2007: Chartered to UPM-Kymmene for Baltic Sea services.
Misida © Aleksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 26/07/2008)
2015: Chartered to Stena RoRo.
2017: Chartered to Transfennica for services between Finland – Spain.
December 2017: Completion of charter to Transfennica.
January 4th 2018 – 2020: Stena RoRo services between Europoort – Immingham.
Misida © Pieter Inpyn (Europoort, 17/08/2018)
Misida © Simonwp (Immingham, 02/09/2018)
February 20th 2020: Laid up in Zeebrügge.
March 3rd 2020: Left Zeebrügge for Tunis.
2020: Arrived Kotka (Finland) for further lay up.
June 28th 2020: Chartered to P&O Ferries.
July 6th 2020: Services between Dublin – Liverpool.
Misida © Ian Collard (Mersey, 06/07/2020)
Misida © Robbie Cox (Dublin, 21/08/2020)
October 31st 2020: Came off service and sailed to Mekjarvik (Norway).
November 2020: To be replaced by STENA FORECASTER.
November 2nd s020: Arrived in Mekjarvik.
November 7th 2020: Left Mekjarvik for Sunndalsora (Norway) (eta 08/11/2020)
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