Ferries sold to Mexico
The "Stena Carrier" and "Stena Freigher" have been sold to Baja Ferries, Mexico. The "Stena Carrier" was renamed "Mexico Star" and was underway to Mexico since Aug 20, 2018. On Oct 15 she called at Balboa. Both ships were initially bought by the Blue Origin, a company of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, for the transport of parts of his space ship project.
P&O Ferries charters STENA CARRIER for Rotterdam-Teesport service
P&O Ferries has reshuffled its North Sea freight fleet to increase capacity on its Zeebrugge-Teesport and Europoort-Teesport services. As of the first week of June it has moved the Bore Line-chartered 2,270-lanemetre ESTRADEN from its Europoort-Teesport service to its Zeebrugge-Teesport run, replacing the Godby Shipping-owned 1,625 lanemetre MISTRAL.
Ferry docked after one week of blockade
After a week of blockade, the "Stena Carrier" finally docked at the Terminal Roulier in the southern port of Marseille on Jan 11. 20 tons of clementines and dozens of Trailers were quickly unloaded. Because of bad weather, it will leave tomorrow bound for Bastia with a new cargo. Between Marseille and Bastia, rotations will continue every two days. Corsica Lineawill also rotate on the route Ajaccio - Marseille every two days, linking Marseille and Corsica daily with the new shipping company. A round table was to be held on Jan 13 in Corsica between the elected representatives of the Corsican Regional Authority and the actors of the conflict, to define the new rules of continuity. The Unions are insisting on guarantees on working conditions on board the ships of Corsica Linea. The "Stena Carrier" is flying the Danish flag and is manned with a European crew. http://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/provence-alpes/bouches-du-rhone/marseille/le-stena-carrier-repartira-demain-avec-un-nouveau-chargement-902851.htmlUpload News