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Clipper Ranger and Clipper Pennant latest

Update 15.10.18: CLIPPER RANGER returned to Liverpool at around lunchtime today, and is currently berthed alongside the Seatruck terminal at Brocklebank Dock.

Seatruck Ferries “P-Class” RoRo CLIPPER PENNANT is now on a short-term charter to DFDS, acting as cover on the Immingham to Cuxhaven route.  During November she is expected to begin her charter to Canary Bridge Seaways, linking the Canary Islands with the Spanish Mainland.

Clipper Pennant and Clipper Pace together. Courtesy of Seatruck Ferries.
Publicity image of CLIPPER PENNANT and CLIPPER PACE together. Courtesy of Seatruck Ferries.

CLIPPER RANGER came out of dry-dock on Monday 08.10.18, having moved there from the Cammell-Laird Refit Berth the previous week.  She is currently at anchor off Anglesey awaiting her next deployment.

CLIPPER RANGER prepares to leave the Birkenhead Dock System on 02.10.18 with assistance from the tug SMIT WATERLOO. She would later enter dry-dock at Camel-Laird. Copyright © Das Boot 160. Flickr.
CLIPPER RANGER prepares to leave the Birkenhead Dock System on 02.10.18 with assistance from the tug SMIT WATERLOO. She would later enter dry-dock at Camel-Laird. Copyright © Das Boot 160. Flickr.

Scottish Charter ruled out

One place where it seems CLIPPER RANGER won’t be going is Scotland.  It had been speculated that she may be chartered to act as extra capacity on CalMac services, but any acquisition of CLIPPER RANGER has been ruled out by ministers despite political pressure.

Steven Tarbox

Steven is a ferry enthusiast from Belfast in Northern Ireland. He founded what was then NI Ferry Site 2014. Since then the site has grown from nothing to an average of over 43k pageviews per month in 2020.
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