Sealink British Ferries

  • Ferry NewsST. COLUMBA in Sealink British Ferries livery. Image: © Fotoflite (259450).

    [Updated] Former Sealink / Stena Line Ferry Beached in Pakistan

    Former Sealink / Stena Line Ferry Beached in Pakistan. . The former ST COLUMBA and STENA HIBERNIA of Sealink / Stena Line's Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire route was beached in Pakistan earlier.

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  • Ferry NewsSTENA CALEDONIA & STENA NAVIGATOR laid up at Belfast following completion of service on the North Channel link with Stranraer. Copyright Scott Mackey

    [Photo Feature] 10 years on – part 1: Farewell Stranraer

    Today marks 10 years since Stena Line closed the Port of Stranraer, retired HSS STENA VOYAGER, STENA CALEDONIA & STENA NAVIGATOR from North Channel service.

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  • Photo featuresStena Galloway departs Belfast with Stena Caledonia in the background. Taken on June 16th 1999. Copyright © Alan Geddes.

    Former ferries of NI Part 1: From Sealink to Stena Line

    A photographic look back at some of the ferries which have operated to or within Northern Ireland, including those which operated both for present operators and those which no longer exist. This first part looks at Sealink, Sealink Stena, Stena Sealink, and Stena Line.

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  • Ferry NewsSealink Stena Line publicity photograph of STENA ANTRIM. Sealink Stena Line.

    Former Stena Antrim on her way to Turkey with uncertain future.

    NI Ferry Site has learned that IBN BATOUTA, the former STENA ANTRIM and ST CHRISTOPHER which hasn't seen service for 6 years, is currently under tow from Durres in Albania to Turkey. At present it is uncertain whether the former North Channel and English Channel favourite is to be refurbished or scrapped.

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  • Ferry 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 more work than previously thought to prepare her for entering the dry-dock for a €2.5m refurbishment concentrating mostly on her hull and mechanicals.  It is understood that onboard power is currently being provided by a generator on the dock side. With the above in mind, and the fact that the ship will need to be re-certified by the appropriate authorities, it is very unlikely that Le Rif will enter service…

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