Norröna

Normally to be found sailing the North Atlantic between Norway, Iceland, the Shetlands and the Faroes, the Norröna first ventured into the Irish Sea in October 1989 when she was taken on charter by B&I Line.

She returned again in January 1994 for a three month charter to Stena Sealink Line to cover overhaul periods on both the Fishguard and Holyhead routes. An interesting ship, with an equally interesting menu from which to choose, the Norröna's time at Holyhead was primarily in a freight role sailing on the Stena Cambria's schedules.

Norröna

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Nobiskrug-Werft Rendsburg, 1973.
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1800 tonnes

4.9m

 

128.82m

20.82m

 

1050 passengers

250 cars

537 metres freight

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On 19 April 2004 the ship was purchased by OM Ships International and renamed Logos Hope as a replacement for their Ministry Ship Logos II. Follow the ship's progress at her dedicated web site www.logoshope.org