MV Pride of Hull
Pride of Hull – © Andreas Wörteler
Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 2001 by Fincantieri-Cantieri Nav. Italiani S.p.A. (Breda), Venice, Italy (Yard No. 6066), for P&O North Sea Ferries, Rozenburg, Holland as a passenger car, and commercial vehicle roll-on roll-off ferry.
- Length: 215.44 m
- Breadth: 31.50 m
- Depth: m
- Draught: 6.30 m
- Tonnage: 59,925 gross/26,868 net/10100t deadweight
- Engines: Four Wartsila 9L46C diesels
- Power: 37,800 kW/HP
- Speed: 22 knots
- Capacity: 1,360 passengers, 250 cars (on car deck), 400 commercial trailers
- Lane Metres: 3,300
- Call Sign: C6ZQ4
- IMO Number: 9208629
- MMSI Number: 311062900
- Port of Registry: Hull/United Kingdom 🇬🇧, Nassau/Bahamas 🇧🇸
- Sister-Ship: Pride of Rotterdam (6065)
Please note that this vessels AIS transponder and position data may be over an hour old and that this specific vessels position will only be displayed when it is within range of the MarineTraffic AIS system. The AIS transponder/ship position data featured on this page is intended for information purposes only and it is no way related to the safety of navigation at sea. All the AIS ship position data featured within this page is provided by marinetraffic.com and we are therefore not responsible for the content or the accuracy of this data
April 11th 2001: Launched.
November 16th 2001: Delivered to P&O North Sea Ferries, Hull England.
November 30th 2001: Christened in Hull by Mrs Cherie Blair.
December 2nd 2001: Commenced service between Hull – Rotterdam.
October 15th 2002: Transferred to P&O Ferries between Rotterdam – Hull.
Pride of Hull – © Jörg Seyler
November 12th 2002 – November 18th 2002: Overhaul at the Verolme Botlek shipyard, Rozenburg, Holland.
December 9th 2008: Suffered a minor engine room fire whilst en route to Kingston upon Hull. Extinguished and no reported injuries.
2009: Registered to RBSSAF 10 Ltd, Cheltenham, UK.
Pride of Hull – © Aleksi Lindström
October 20th 2020: After setting sail from Hull, suffered an engine-room fire. There were no reported injuries to the 264 passengers or crew. Without engine power she is to be towed back to Hull.
October 23rd 2020: Arrived at Immingham.
October 23rd 2020: Sailed to Rotterdam.
October 24th 2020: With tug assistance, arrived in Rotterdam.
Pride of Hull – © Gert Barendrecht (Rotterdam, 27/10/2020)
November 4th 2020: Resumed service.
March 17th 2022: Instructed to come off service at Hull as crews had been made redundant.
March 23rd 2022: Sailed from Hull (reportedly “in ballast”) destination Europort (Rotterdam).
March 25th 2022: Arrived Rotterdam.
March 30th 2022: Sources indicate the vessel passed her Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) inspection on March 22nd 2022. It is anticipaated she will return to service Hull – Rotterdam on April 4th 2022.
All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Gert Barendrecht, Lindström, Jörg Seyler and Andreas Wörteler for their assistance in producing this feature.