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PROJECT OVERVIEW
  • VESSEL TYPE: RoPax
  • Vessel name: Prins Filip
Scope of work
  • Conceptual Design, including General Arrangement and specification
  • Participation in model testing
  • Plan approval
  • Periodical supervision during construction
  • Participation in tests and trials
Project specification

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Designed for Regie voor Maritiem Transport (RMT) of Belgium and delivered by M.V. Boelwerf, Belgium, in 1992. This vessel has a grt of 28,838 tonnes and is 163 metres in length. Bought by Stena Line in 1998 and operated under a number of names before being acquired by LD Lines, she is now named M/S Norman Spirit and is under charter to DFDS Seaways. She currently operates on the Dover-Calais route across the English Channel.

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