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MV European Highlander (2002)
MV European Highlander is a ferry operated by P&O Irish Sea on their Cairnryan to Larne service. She is the current flagship of the P&O Irish Sea fleet .[citation needed] European Highlander is an enlarged version of European Causeway, the Highlander being 6 metres longer. Other differences include minor revisions to the passenger deck layout, additional passenger lifts and the use of larger lifeboats rather than Marine evacuation systems. On 7 June 2012, it carried the Olympic Flame across the Irish Sea from Northern Ireland to Scotland. European Highlander is a two propeller, Roll on- Roll off, two compartment passenger and car ferry. She is a sister ship to the European Causeway and is the most powerful ferry on the Irish sea
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MS Seatruck Power
MS Seatruck Power is a ro-ro ferry that entered service with Seatruck Ferries in February 2012.[1] She is one of four ships built by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft, Germany. Seatruck Power is the second newbuild to be completed. Seatruck Power was launched in October 2011 and was christened by Niamh McManus, the wife of Surefreight's Brian McManus. The ship was completed and handed over on 3 February 2012. Seatruck Power entered service on the Liverpool-Dublin route on 14 February 2012. Seatruck Power is one of four RoRo 2200 freight ferries, which are the largest ships in the Seatruck fleet. They are the largest ships to operate out of the port of Heysham. The RoRo 2200 vessels have a freight capacity of 2,166 lane metres over four decks, carrying 151 trailers
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