Ferries and RoPax of historical interest

Below are examples of the many innovative Ferry and RoPax designs that KNUD E. HANSEN A/S has developed over the past 75 years. To view recent Ferry and RoPax designs, click here.

 

 
Elyros

KNUD E. HANSEN A/S undertook the complete conversion design for Anek Lines, Greece. The conversion of the 192-metre vess…

 
European Causeway

Ordered by P&O Irish Sea of the United Kingdom, the 20,606 grt vessel was built by Mitsubishi, Shimonoseki Shipyard,…

 
Finnarrow

This 168 metre vessel was designed for Gotlandsbolaget AB in Sweden and delivered in 1996 by P.T. Dok, Indonesia, u…

 
Moby Wonder

The vessel was designed for Moby Lines of Italy and was delivered by Daewoo, Korea, in the spring of 2001. The vessel is…

 
Minoan Oceanus

The first vessel of a new class designed for Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea, Minoan Oceanus was delivered in the spring…

 
C/F Olympic Champion

This 32,694 grt Luxury Cruise Ferry was built at FOSEN Shipyard in Norway for ANEK Lines, Greece. The vessel was deliver…

 
Prins Filip

Designed for Regie voor Maritiem Transport (RMT) of Belgium and delivered by M.V. Boelwerf, Belgium, in 1992. This …

 
M/F Prins Richard

This 14,822 grt vessel was designed for Scandlines A/S for use on the short-distance Rødby–Puttgarden route…

 
M/S Skåne

The world’s largest multi-purpose RoRo/Train ferry, the 42,800 grt Skåne, is owned by Stena Line and operate…

 
Stena Scandinavica

One of two identical large Cruise-Ferries designed for Stena Line of Sweden, Stena Scandinavica and her sister vessel, S…

 
Superfast V-X

The M/S Superfast Ferries numbers five to ten were built for SuperFast Ferries in Greece and delivered by HDW, Germany, …

 
Wilhelmshaven

Former Helgoland day cruiser, designed by KNUD E. HANSEN A/S and built in 1963 as WILHELMSHAVEN. In 2005 she was transf…