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Patricia: Ro-Ro Car And Passenger Ferry

Patricia: Ro-Ro Car And Passenger Ferry

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Unique ID:4368
Description:Photograph. Built in 1966-67 by Lindholmens Varv A/B at Gothenburg, Sweden for the Swedish Lloyd Line. She is seen here at the newly built ferry terminal at Princess Alexandra Dock. Patricia was the first ferry to use the new terminal, sailing for Bilbao on the 5th April 1967. She remained on the Southampton-Bilbao run until 1977. 1978 - bought by Stena Line and renamed Stena Oceanica. 1979 - enlarged at Smith's Dock, Teeside and renamed Stena Saga. 1988 - transferred to Lion Ferry A/B and renamed Lion Queen. 1990 - renamed Crown Princess Victoria. 1990 - renamed Crown Princess. 1990 - now owned by Stena Crown Princess Ltd and registered at Nassau, she was renamed Pacific Star. 1993 - renamed Sun Fiesta. 1994 - now registered at Gothenburg she was renamed Lion Queen. 1997 - renamed Paul Bintang. 1998 - bought by Kingsway Management and renamed Amusement World, registered at Nassau, Bahamas.
Creator:Unknown
Date:1967
Copyright:Associated British Ports plc
Partner:SCC Libraries
Partner ID:Unknown

 

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