Connecting Europe for a Sustainable Future

  • Ferry NewsStena Line aims to launch a fully battery powered vessel before 2030. Stena Elektra is a lightweight battery powered vessel with capacity to run approximately 50 nautical miles on batteries only, i.e. between Gothenburg or Fredrikshaven. The project is an important step on the way to reach zero emissions by 2050. © Stena Line.

    [PR] Stena Line reduces CO2 emissions – a leader in sustainable shipping

    Ferry shipping company Stena Line continues to reduce CO2 emissions and is now ten years ahead of the international shipping targets for reducing emissions.

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    [PR] Successful AI-project saves fuel on Stena Line vessels

    Stena Line are to expand a pilot project which uses AI after a reduced fuel consumption by 2-3 % per trip was achieved in the initial pilot.

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  • Ferry NewsStena Europe in Rosslare showing off her new livery. Stena Line.

    PR: Stena Europe first for Irish Sea ferry fleet.

    The Stena Europe, which operates on the daily Stena Line ferry service between Rosslare and Fishguard has become the first vessel in Stena Line’s Irish Sea fleet of seven ships to sport the leading ferry company’s new strapline.

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  • Photo featuresStena Europe in Rosslare showing off her new livery. Stena Line.

    In strange waters #2: Stena Line Irish Sea dry docking’s/refits 2017.

    This page will be continually updated throughout the refit period which is expected to run until May 2017. Last years “in strange waters” can be found here. Please note that due to the nature of their content, both pages are very heavy in photographic material and may take a while to load on slower connections.  The second part of this year’s feature can be found here. This year Stena Line will complete all Irish Sea dry docking’s at Belfast’s Harland and Wolff shipyard, that’s a total of 9 ships from the fleet of 11.  At the end of 2016 Stena announced that the entire fleet would be receiving the latest livery and strap-line “Connecting Europe for a Sustainable Future” during their…

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  • Local (NI) ferry newsStena Hibernia in Belfast Lough.

    Stena kicks-off Irish Sea refit programme

    Stena Hibernia first of 9 Stena Line vessels to visit Harland and Wolff. Stena Line kicked off their 2017 Irish Sea refit programme today (Wednesday), with Stena Hibernia making the short journey across the River Lagan to Harland and Wolff’s ‘Belfast Dry Dock’. Stena Superfast VII dry docked at Belfast during 2016. Stena Line. Stena Europe will be next to go for refit on Jan 4th, covered by Stena Nordica which is returning to the Irish Sea as the refit cover vessel this year. This follows spells on the English Channel and Mediterranean with DFDS and GNV respectively, following her displacement on the Dublin to Holyhead route by Stena Superfast X.  Stena Nordica is of course a part-sister ship to P&O’s…

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