Stena Germanica ferry accidents and incidents

Stena Germanica ferry cruise ship
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Former names
Stena Hollandica, Stena Germanica III

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CruiseMapper's Stena Germanica ferry cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 1300-passenger vessel owned by STENA LINE (Ferries). Our Stena Germanica ferry accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.

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  • structural changes - 2015 (ship conversion / WARTSILA dual engine running on methanol and MGO)
  • boat rescue - 2004 (passengers and crew from the fleetmate Stena Nautica)
DateAccident
  January 2015Structural and Technical Issues

Following the 2015 drydock refit and conversion in Gdynia Poland (at Remontova / Gdansk Shipyard), the vessel became the world's first passenger ship (and marine vessel in general) powered by methanol. The ship conversion cost the STENA LINE EUR 22 million (~USD 27,5 million).

In comparison to conventional marine fuels, methanol-powered engines produce significantly less emissions - SOx (by 99%), NOx (60%), CO2 (25%), as well as less soot particles (95%).

The ship's common rail marine engine (WARTSILA) is dual-fuel, which means the ferry can also run on marine gas oil (MGO) as backup fuel. The methanol fuel is supplied by Methanex Corporation (headquartered in Vancouver BC Canada) - the world's largest methanol producer and supplier.

  16 February 2004Boat Rescue

On February 16, 2004, at ~4:30 am, the fleetmate Stena Nautica ferry collided with the drybulk cargo ship Joanna. The collision happened near Varberg, in calm weather with intermittent fog,

Stena Nautica sustained under waterline hull damage (starboard hole), and the ship's engine room was flooded. The vessel's power and propulsion machinery became inoperational and it took on water. All passengers and most of the crew were evacuated to Stena Germanica.

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