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P&O Irish Ferries European Causeway
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No: 7185   Contributor: Marcel Sloover   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan   Country: Ireland
P&O; Irish Ferries European Causeway

P&O; Irish Ferries European Causeway. Seen here near the harbour of Cairnryan. The ferry sails between Cairnryan and Larne.

Ship's Technical Details
Gross Tonnage 20800 tonnes
Net -
Dead-weight Tonnage 4335 tonnes
Length (o.a) 156 metres
Beam 23.4 metres
Draught 5.5 metres
Cargo 375 cars or 107 x 13.5m freight units (1,750 lane metres)
Place of build Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Shimonoeki, Japan
Delivery Date June, 2000
Engine Power 31680 Kilowatt
Service Speed 23 Knots
Usual route Larne - Cairnryan
Stabilisers 2
Crew 55
Technical Consultant Three Quays Marine Services, London
Interior Designer Pelmatic Knud E Hansen A/S, Copenhagen
Picture added on 07 October 2008
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