Sunday, September 22, 2013

Moby Vincent

Moby Vincent ferry, IMO 7360605, port of Livorno
The “Moby Vincent” is one of the oldest ferries in service between Livorno and Bastia: she was built at the Rickmers shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany, and launched in 1974 as “Stena Normandica”.
Moby Vincent ferry, IMO 7360605, port of Livorno
The ferry, like many other born up there, got tired of the cold Northern seas and in 1990 migrated to the Mediterranean. Renamed “Moby Vincent”, she began to ply the route between Corsica and Italy.

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9 comments:

Jack said...

I don't blame Moby Vincent. I would prefer the warmer weather, too.

Randy said...

Now that's fun!

Karl Demetz said...

It looks like a funny ferry :)

Michelle said...

So funny to see the Loony Tunes characters on the side of the ship!

JM said...

I would also migrate to warmer waters! :-)

Dina said...

She is looking might fine for an old ship. (well, I don't know, is that considered old for a ferry?)

Luis Gomez said...

Love these guys!

Gunn said...

Makes me SMILE:)

Merisi said...

Oh, I have seen and photographed that ferry! :-)