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  • In Waters New newsStena Galloway at sea in Stena Line colours. Copyright © Scott Mackey.

    In Waters New news, Easter 2017.

    A quick news roundup featuring some vessels which previously plied their trade in NI waters. LE RIF:  Could the former STENA GALLOWAY/GALLOWAY PRINCESS soon be back in service? The last purpose-built vessel for the Larne to Stranraer service could soon be back plying her trade in the Mediterranean.  Last month LE…

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  • In Waters New© Copyright Albert Bridge and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ .

    Former Stena Galloway on the move again

    Le Rif, better known locally as the former Stena Galloway and Galloway Princess, has been on the move again.  The former Stena and Sealink ferry had been moved from Tangier Med to the Mario Lopez shipyard in Malaga earlier in the year, however it appears that her owners have decided to complete…

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  • In Waters New newsChantry Classics postcard of Stena Galloway in Sealink Stena Line livery. (Steven Tarbox Collection)

    Update on Le Rif (former Galloway Princess)

    Reports from Spain indicate that former North Channel favourite, Le Rif (ex Stena Galloway, Galloway Princess) has yet to enter the Andalucia dry dock at Cernaval’s Mario Lopez shipyard in Malaga, despite it being a month since her arrival in the Spanish port.  It appears that the delay has been due to the ship requiring…

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  • In Waters New newsStena Galloway at sea in Stena Line colours. Copyright © Scott Mackey.

    Former Stena Galloway to re-enter service?

    Le Rif arrives at Malaga for dry docking Recent reports that Le Rif (ex Stena Galloway, Galloway Princess) had been sold for scrap appear to have been untrue, as the former North Channel favourite arrived in Malaga on Saturday for a dry docking.  The ship (including 4 crew and a Captain…

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