Gone but not Forgotten Ferries

A section of the site devoted to remembering the vessels which now operate to the ferry terminal in the sky having been beached/recycled or just sank!

Remembering HSS Stena Voyager

Today marks the fifth anniversary of the final departure of HSS STENA VOYAGER from Belfast on May 5th 2013. The final departure of STENA VOYAGER followed the successful introduction of the sister-ships STENA SUPERFAST VII and STENA SUPERFAST VIII during November 2011.

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Gone but not forgotten: NORSE LAGAN

Profile of the former Belfast to Liverpool ferry NORSE LAGAN. Includes an overview of her history, technical specifications, and photographs.

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Remembering the Princess Victoria disaster, 65 years on.

65 years ago today, on the 31st of January 1953, the Stranraer to Larne ferry ‘Princess Victoria’ was lost during a storm while on passage to Northern Ireland.

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Former Larne and Dover Ferry “European Endeavour” beached

The former EUROPEAN ENDEAVOUR of P&O has been beached in Alang, India. She was also known as TEF's GARDENIA and Townsend Thoresen's EUROPEAN ENTERPRISE.

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Former Pride of Rathlin Sunk in Indonesian waters.

KMP BSP III (former Pride of Rathlin, Pride of Walmer, Free Enterprise VII) sank at around 13:00 (local time) on 11/7/15.

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The Fleetwood three – An obituary.

Ant 1, Ant 2, and Anna Marine (originally Buffalo, Union Melbourne (later Puma), and Bison) spent most of their careers together operating to Fleetwood from Larne first for Pandoro/P&O and then Stena Line between 1980 and 2011. They were also beached together during February 2014 after 39 years service.

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