Stena Estrid ferry accidents and incidents

Stena Estrid ferry cruise ship

Former names
China Merchants JL Weihai WO263, Zhaoshang263

Length (LOA)
215 m / 705 ft

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  • propulsion/power loss - 2020 (out of service for 6 weeks)
  May 2020Propulsion / Power Loss

On May 1, 2020, due to engine problems, STENA LINE took the Estrid ship out of service for repairs and maintenance. The ship started the Holyhead-Dublin (Wales-Ireland) route in January 2020. The China-built vessel had issues with its Germany-built (MaK-Caterpillar) marine diesel engines.

The repairs were expected to take 5-6 weeks. For the needed maintenance and outfitting works, Stena Estrid remained berthed at ferry port Cairnryan (Wigtownshire, Scotland). On the Holyhead-Dublin route, Estrid was replaced by Stena Nordica (2000-built ship with capacity 405 passengers, 375 cars, 222 berths, IMO 9215505).

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