M/F Princess Anastasia


RouteHelsinki - St. Petersburg
Stockholm - Tallinn - St. Petersburg - Helsinki
IMO8414582
Building year1986
Building yardWartsila ABO, Finland (#1290)
OwnerMoby Spa
OperatorST. Peter Line
Length176,82 m
Breadth28,41 m
Draft6,72 M
GT37.583
Machinery4 * Wärtsilä-Pielstick 12PC2-6V
Speed20 kn.
Number of passengers2.500
Number of beds2.402
Number of cars580
Lanemetres930
Port of registry?
FlagItaly
Former namesSPL Princess Anastasia (2014-2017) - ST. Peter Line
SPL Princess Anastasia (2014) - Sochi Winter Olympic Games
SPL Princess Anastasia (2011-2014) - ST. Peter Line
Bilbao (2010-2011)
Pride of Bilbao (2002-2010) - P&O Ferries
Pride of Bilbao (1999-2002) - P&O Portsmouth
Pride of Bilbao (1993-1999) - P&O European Ferries
Olympia (1986-1993) - Viking Line
Former ownersZatarga Ltd (2013-2017)
Princess Maria Ltd (2011-2013)
Irish Ferries Ltd (2010-2011)
Irish Continental Group (1994-2010)
Rederi AB Slite (1986-1994)
Sister shipsMariella,
Notes-
    M/F Olympia

    Photo: Postcard from The ferry site's collection

    M/F Olympia

    Photo: Rolf Larsson

    M/F Olympia

    Photo: Rolf Larsson

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Jacques Legangneux (Cherbourg 28/10-2000)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Jacques Legangneux (Cherbourg 28/10-2000)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Patrick Gueulle (Le Havre March 2001)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Patrick Gueulle (Portsmouth June 2002)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Jean-Baptiste SABOT (Cherbourg 2003)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Jean-Baptiste SABOT (Cherbourg 15/11-2003)

    M/F Pride of Bilbao

    Photo: Jean-Baptiste SABOT (Cherbourg)

    M/F SPL Princess Anastasia

    Photo: Michael Koefoed-Hansen (Stockholm 30/7-2011)

    M/F SPL Princess Anastasia

    Photo: Michael Koefoed-Hansen (Stockholm 30/7-2011)

    M/F SPL Princess Anastasia

    Photo: Michael Koefoed-Hansen (Stockholm 30/7-2011)

    M/F SPL Princess Anastasia

    Photo: Vasilios Charalampidis (Piraeus 23/1-2014)

    M/F SPL Princess Anastasia

    Photo: Vasilios Charalampidis (Piraeus 30/1-2014)