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M/F Moby Lally
M/F Moby Lally

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Reestman



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Registered: September 2016
Location: Almere Area, the Netherlands
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Built 1974 as KATTEGAT II resp. KALLE III by Schichau Unterweser AG, Bremerhaven, Germany for Jydsk Færgefart A/S, Juelsminde, Denmark.
for service between Juelsminde-Kalundborg
1981 sold to K/S Difko XVI, Juelsminde, and chartered to Juelsminde-Kalundborg Linien A/S, Kalundborg
1983 chartered to Rederi Ab Sally, Mariehamn, Finland, transferred to the Finnish ship register, renamed THE VIKING and inserted between Ramsgate-Dunkerque
1989 chartered to B&I Line, Dublin; inserted between Holyhead-Dublin, but was mostly in Dublin
Same year chartered to Oy Vasabåtarna, Vasa, Finland, renamed WASA PRINCE and deployed between Vasa-Umeå
Same year chartered to Sally Line for service between Ramsgate-Dunkirk
1990 inserted between Vasa-Umeå
1991 sold to Difko Leasing International A/S, Holsterbro, Denmark, chartered to Bornholmstrafikken A/S, Rönne, renamed PEDER OLSEN and deployed between Rønne-Ystad, Rønne-Copenhagen and Rønne-Mukran.
1998 inserted between Rønne-Swinoujscie
1999 laid up in Rønne resp. Fredericia
2000 sold to Nav. Arcipelago Maddalenino Spa, Naples, Italy (Moby Lines), renamed MOBY LALLY and inserted between Genoa-Bastia resp. Piombino-Portoferraio
2004 inserted between Livorno-Bastia
2017 renamed MOBY BABY TWO
2019 still active, between Piombino-Portoferraio
Sister ship: DJURSLAND II
· Date: Fri, 19 July 19 · Views: 114
· Filesize: 32.3kb, 186.4kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 675 ·
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canberra97

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Registered: February 2006
Location: Southampton
Posts: 2,392
Fri, 19 July 19 20:22

I've always admired the looks of this particular ferry but that huge awful looking large ''green house'' type extension looks absolutely horrible and from this angle looks totally hideous and it does ruin her profile, but minus that she is a very attractive looking vessel in my opinion.

Sean
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