Stena RoRo presents more “Flexers”

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In a recent website update, StenaRoRo presents three designs of Ro-Pax and Ro-Ro vessels, showcasing their usual high flexibility, which includes multifuel options, and more.

Three models:

E-FLEXER 300-500



In May, Stena Line announced two NewMax hybrid vessels to be built for the Irish Sea.

The two all-new hybrid propulsion vessels, designed to run on methanol and adding 80% capacity on the Belfast-Heysham route, will be ready in 2025.

Unity Line and Port of Trelleborg sign a new five-year agreement

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  • Unity Line has operated the Trelleborg—Swinoujscie route since February 2007.
  • Positive, steady growth in traffic on the route with over 10% annual volume increase.
  • Unity Line currently operates 4 vessels on the Trelleborg—Swinoujscie route.
  • Ro-Pax EPSILON (chartered by Irish Ferries since 2014) will replace GALILEUSZ as from January 2024. Both vessels are owned by companies within the Polish company Euroafrica.
  • Lanemetre increase from 1,830 to 2,860.
  • Two additional vessels under construction in Poland will join the route in 2025 and 2026.
  • Agreement is effective from January 1, 2024, to December 31, 2028.

Port Of Trelleborg Welcomes Back Peter Pan

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After a five-month stay in Bremerhaven, TT Line’s PETER PAN returned into service. The ro-pax has been stretched by 30 meters, increasing her lane meter capacity to 3,000. The ferry is now 220m long.

Getting this vessel was only possible because Port of Trelleborg invested in a new ferry berth, with the help of the European TEN-T program (2014). One of the elements of this “Green Bridge on Nordic Corridor” plan was adapting berths at the ports of Trelleborg, Rostock and Lübeck-Travemünde, to receive ro-pax vessels with a length of up to 240m.

PETER PAN operates on the Trelleborg-Travemünde, Trelleborg-Rostock and Trelleborg-Swinoujscie routes.

Photo: Port of Trelleborg

Stena Line and the Port of Trelleborg inaugurate onshore power supply

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As the first ferry company in the Port of Trelleborg, Stena Line will now be connecting up its two ro-pax vessels SKÅNE and MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN to the electricity grid during calls into port.

Stena Line is a pioneer in this field. Cold ironing is now reality in four of Stena Line’s six ports in Sweden. Throughout Stena Line’s route network, 17% of the ports are connected.

“Planning work is under way to enable us to connect vessels in more of our ports. The objective is for 25% of the ports by 2020 and 7% by 2030,” says Stena Line’s CEO Niclas Mårtensson.

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