M/F Transfer


Route-
IMO7528570
Building year1977 / 1981
Building yardHyundai H.I., Ulsan, South Korea (#643)
OwnerFinest Sia.
Operator-
Length151,94 m / 184,61 m
Breadth23,58 m / 25,28 m
Draft6,37 m
GT16.776 / 21.162
Machinery2 * Pielstick 12PC2-5V-400
Speed17 kn.
Number of passengers12 / 166
Number of beds12 / 166
Number of cars?
Lanemetres1.450 / 2.500
Port of registryRiga
FlagLatvia
Former namesStena Transfer (2002-2010) - Stena Line
Ideway (2002) - Stena Line
European Tideway (1992-2002) - P&O North Sea Ferries
Doric Ferry (1987-1992) - P&O European Ferries
Doric Ferry (1986-1987) - Townsend Thoresen European Ferries
Hellas (1985-1986) - Townsend Thoresen European Ferries
Hellas (1983-1985) - Hellas Ferries
Hellas (1982-1983) - Townsend Thoresen European Ferries
Hellas (1979-1982) - Soutos-Hellas Ferry Service
Alpha Progess (1977-1979) - Aghiris Navigation
Stena Runner (1977) - ?
Former ownersStena Line (2002-2010)
P&O European Ferries (1994-2002)
Stena Rederi (1977-1994)
Sister shipsGlobal Carrier, Global Freighter, Kilmore, La Paz Star, Pavilion, Pelagitis, Sea Partner,
NotesSold in 2012, to scrapping in India.
    M/F Doric Ferry

    Photo: Jeffrey le Feber (Europoort, 1987)

    M/F European Tideway

    Photo: P&O North Sea Ferries

    M/F Stena Transporter + M/F Ideway

    Photo: Rob de Visser (Europoort 23/11-2002)

    M/F Ideway

    Photo: Piet Sinke (1/10-2002)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Mark Scheper (Hoek Van Holland)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Mark Scheper (Hoek Van Holland)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Mark Scheper (Hoek Van Holland)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Simon Taylor (Europoort 5/8-2007)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Simon Taylor (Europoort 5/8-2007)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Peter Smith (Harwich 26/7-2008)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Nathan Clark (October 2008)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Nathan Clark (March 2010)

    M/F Stena Transfer

    Photo: Nathan Clark (April 2010)