NORBAY - P&O NORTH SEA FERRIES

NORBAY P&O NORTH SEA FERRIES

Norbay was built in Rotterdam in 1994 by Van Der Giessen-de Noord N.V. She was originally built for Nedlloyd to be placed on the Hull to Rotterdam route with 2040 lane metres of freight and a gross tonnage of 17,464.

However, in 1996 Norbay, while still retaining the same name, route and livery was bought by P&O North sea ferries. In 2002 Norbay was removed from the Hull to Rotterdam route and entered service on the Liverpool to Dublin route.
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