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MS Silja Europa Ferry

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Silja Line Ferry MS Silja Europa

MS Silja Europa, operated by Silja Line, is one of the largest cruiseferries in the world. It was built at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany for the ferry operator Rederi AB Slite, a part of Viking Line. Main architect was Per Dockson, Sweden. Silja Europa currently operates on the routes between Turku - Mariehamn and Langnas - Stockholm. Silja Europa is currently the third largest ferry in the world behind Color Line's sister vessels Color Magic and Color Fantasy.
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Silja Line MS Silja Europa - Further Ferry Information and Vessel Description

Part of the Silja Line Ferry Fleet MS Silja Europa

When built Silja Europa was originally painted in Viking Line's colors and almost ready to be handed over, when the Swedish krona was devaluated by 10%, which led Slite into economical difficulties. Slite could not pay for the ship so Meyer Werft kept it and soon managed to charter it to Viking Line's rival, Silja Line. It was put on the Helsinki - Stockholm route, replacing MS Silja Serenade which was put to the Turku—Mariehamn—Stockholm route, but Europa and Serenade had to exchange routes in 1995 as Serenade had troubles navigating in the Turku archipelago.

The world's second floating McDonald's restaurant was located onboard Silja Europa from its maiden trip until 1996 when it was closed down and replaced by Silja Line's own hamburger restaurant.

Silja Line MS Silja Europa Ferry Statistics

  • Length - 201.8 m
  • Breadth - 32.5 m
  • Draught - 6.2 m
  • Speed - 21.5 knots
  • Engines - 4 x MAN 6L58/64 diesels
  • Built - 1993
  • Yard - Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany
  • Power - 31,800 kw
  • Cars - 400
  • Passengers - 3013

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