Pride of Burgundy ferry current position
Pride of Burgundy ferry current location is at North Sea (coordinates 51.45700 N / 0.35783 E) cruising en route to London-Tilbury. The AIS position was reported 2 minutes ago.Current Position
Specifications of Pride of Burgundy ferry
|Year built||1993 / Age: 28|
|Builder||Schichau Seebeckwerft (Bremerhaven, Germany)|
|Class||car and passenger ferry (Ro-Ro ship)|
|Ferry route / homeports||English Channel (Dover-Calais)|
|Speed||21 kn / 39 kph / 24 mph|
|Length (LOA)||180 m / 591 ft|
|Beam (width)||28 m / 92 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||28138 gt|
|Sister-ships||European Seaway, Pride of Canterbury, Pride of Kent|
|Former names||PO Burgundy, P&OSL Burgundy|
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MS Pride of Burgundy ferry is a Ro-Ro passenger vessel owned and operated by the UK company P&O FERRIES. The ship has a max capacity of 1420 passengers and 600 cars (or 120 lorries). The vessel was launched in 1992 and currently operates on the UK-France ferry route Dover-Calais (crossing time 1,5 hours).
As cruise ferry, Pride of Burgundy has no cabins (passenger staterooms) due to the route's short crossing distance. Instead, the ship offers Reserved Seating Lounge (luxury Club-class bar lounge furnished with comfortable leather couches). Reserved seats are available for pre-booking. These deals are inclusive of complimentary beverages (champagne, tea, coffee, soft drinks) and newspapers.
Shipboard dining and entertainment options
The ship's main passenger-accessible facilities include:
- The Food Court (serving gourmet food and fine wines, patisseries, light snacks, pastries, hot and cold drinks)
- Starbucks Coffee Bar
- The Lounge is the ship's main bar lounge with comfortable seating and served by its own bar (light snacks and beverages - tea, coffee, soft drinks). During summer months opens an outdoor/open-air alfresco bar.
Shopping at the onboard shops offers a wide choice of brand products at discounted prices in comparison to UK high street prices. Up to 40% discounts are offered on luxury perfumes, skincare, cosmetics. Up to 30% discounts are offered on alcohol (spirits, wines, beers). The shops (on Red deck 5) also sell bestseller books, newspapers, magazines, toys, games,
The ship has children-dedicated onboard areas, including playroom and movie room (for watching videos). During summer holidays' family breaks, the ferry company provides onboard kids entertainment program with specially trained staff and supervised activities (painting, drawing, treasure hunts, arts, and crafts).
Follows a list of car decks related safety procedures:
- All onboard emergency instructions are displayed in staterooms, on the TV screens and at the ship's assembly stations (aka muster stations). Life jackets are issued at the assembly stations. In case of emergency, the use of elevators/passenger lifts is forbidden.
- Disabled passengers or those requiring specific assistance should visit the ship's Information Desk (open 24-hours).
- Apply handbrake and place the vehicle in park or 1st gear position. Switch off the ignition, alarm, electrical equipment, headlights. Gas cylinders, if any, must be switched off. Lock the vehicle.
- From your vehicle take only valuables and essential hand baggage.
- Make a note of your vehicle's location and garage deck number/stairway before leaving the car deck.
- Access to the ship's vehicle (cargo) decks during the voyage is prohibited.
- Smoking on vehicle decks, as well as in cabins and passenger lounges is forbidden.
- Wait for the onboard announcement before returning to your vehicle.
- In order to avoid air pollution, don't start the engine until instructed.
The shipowner P&O Ferries (2002-founded, headquartered in Dover England) is a UK ferry company operating on the shipping routes UK-France, UK-Ireland, UK-Holland (mini-cruises), UK-Belgium (mini-cruises) and Scotland-Northern Ireland. PO Ferries current fleet includes the ships European Causeway, European Highlander, Pride of Burgundy, Pride of Canterbury, Pride of Hull, Pride of Kent, Pride of Rotterdam, Spirit of Britain, Spirit of France.
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As converted Ro-Ro vessel, the ferry has no identical sister-ships, but its deck layout and design are similar to European Seaway, Pride of Canterbury (former European Pathway) and Pride of Kent (former European Highway). The vessel is powered by four SULZER marine diesel engines (model 8ZA40S) with total power output 21,1 MW.
MS Pride of Burgundy was initially designed as PandO's 4th 'European-Class' freight-only ferry (with a planned name "'European Causeway") to serve the route UK to Belgium (Dover-Zeebrugge). Due to the increased demand on the route Dover-Calais, the vessel was converted to a passengers and freight Ro-Ro ship during its construction (prior to completion) by adding extra superstructure.
In 2019, ship's flag-state/registry was changed from UK (MMSI 232001470) to Cyprus (MMSI 209529000).
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