- VESSEL TYPE: Ferries and RoPax
- Vessel name: Stena Britannica
Scope of Work
- Feasibility study
- Basic Design
- Detailed Design
- Project coordination
- Site Team
- Floating calculations and inclining experiment
Project specificationDownload specification
This vessel was built for Stena by Hyundai Heavy Industries, Korea, in 2003. KNUD E. HANSEN carried out the Concept and Basic Design for two conversions. The first, in 2006-2007, involved lengthening the vessel by 29.3 m.
For this we carried out the Concept and Basic Design for the Owner, which involved Structural Design of the new midsection, weight estimates, stability calculations, escape analysis and other statutory requirements. We then provided detailed design services to the shipyard, together with a site team to assist with coordination, inspection and project management. Floating calculations were also carried out to facilitate the handling of the sections.
The second conversion, in 2010-2011, involved adding an additional accommodation deck. We again carried out Concept and Basic Design for the Owner, consisting mainly of structure, stability and statutory requirements. We also carried out the steel inspections during the conversion.
- Length.o.a. 240.09 m
- Length p.p 226.45 m
- Breadth moulded 29.3 m
- Depth to main deck 9.5 m
- Draught (design) 6.3 m
- Deadweight 11000 t approx
- No. of passengers 1300
- Lane Metres 4220 m
- Classification Lloyd’s Register
IMO number 906573
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