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Stena Line fleet movements

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jgf

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Stena Superfast X on the way back to Dublin.

Rob 1987

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Stena Foecaster has Change Port Of Registry From Goteborg To Douglas and Change Her Flag From Sweden To Isle Of Man Today
Regards Rob

Steven

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For those interested Scott Mackey has updated his Flickr with pictures of the two Belfast newcomers, including some of them together!

www.flickr.com/ScottMackey
Steve in Belfast (suburbia)

Webmaster of www.niferry.co.uk
Flickr: www.flickr.com/tarbyonline

giftgrub

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Stena RoRo have purchased a Japanese ferry - Yamato

http://news.cision.com/stena-roro/r/stena-roro-acquires-ropax-vessel-in-japan,c2743683

From the mock up image it appears that they intended to add quite a lot to the aft end superstructure near the funnel and at 2,300 lane meters not bad freight capacity.

Wonder where this will end up, obviously as itís Stena RORO this could go anywhere.

giftgrub

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Deck heights on Stena RoRo new purchase are 4.4 and 4.2 meters high, which probably means they have a client in mind for this ferry in Southern Europe, would not be of use on any of the Stena Line route networks in Northern Europe.

giftgrub

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New Dublin - Holyhead ferry Stena Estrid was floated out of its building dock today, another major milestone in the ships build, also visible in float out images it is registered in Cardiff same as Superfast X.

Images of Estrid being floated out on link below.

https://www.shippax.com/en/news/stena-estrid-floated-out-of-building-dock.aspx