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Description Stena Explorer

Operates on the Holyhead-Dun Laoghaire route.

Technical facts: Gross tonnage: 19 638 t LOA: 127 m Beam: 40 m Draught: 4.8 m Speed: 40 knots Ship type: HSS 1500 (High-speed Sea Service) Passenger capacity: 1 500 Car capacity: 360 Freight capacity: 900 lane metres Built/last rebuilt: 1996 Shipbuilder: Finnyards, Finland Port of registry: London Flag: British Engines: 2 x GE LM 2500 + 2 x GE LM 1600 gas turbines

kW/horsepower: 68 000 kW
Date 15 July 2006, 15:44
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Author William Murphy from Dublin, Ireland

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53° 17′ 55.42″ N, 6° 7′ 53.16″ W

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