MS Clipper Pennant

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Name: Clipper Pennant
Owner: Seatruck Navigation Ltd
Operator: Seatruck Ferries
Port of registry: Cyprus Limassol
Route: Liverpool - Dublin
Ordered: March 2008
Builder: Astilleros de Huelva
Yard number: 823
Laid down: 15 June 2007
Launched: 15 October 2008
Completed: 24 August 2009
Maiden voyage: 13 October 2009
In service: 13 October 2009
Identification: IMO Number 9372688
MMSI number 212877000
Det Norske Veritas registry number 27192
Callsign 5BTF2
General characteristics
Class and type: Ro-Ro Ferry
Tonnage: Gross tonnage 14,759
Deadweight tonnage 6,500
Net tonnage 4,428
Length: 157 metres (515 ft 1 in) overall,
133.18 metres (436 ft 11 in) between perpendiculars.
Beam: 23.03 metres (75 ft 7 in)
Draught: 5.714 metres (18 ft 9.0 in)
Installed power: 3 x Wärtsilä 4L20 diesel engines
Propulsion: 2 x propellors, 2 x Wärtsilä CT 200 bow thrusters
Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h)
Capacity: 12 passengers,

Clipper Pennant is a 14,750 GT Ro-Ro ferry in service with Seatruck Ferries.


Clipper Pennant was built by Astilleros de Huelva, Spain,[1] as yard number 823.[2] Her keel was laid on 15 June 2006.[3] She was launched on 15 October 2008.[4] Clipper Pennant was completed on 24 August 2009.[3] Her delivery voyage to Liverpool was completed on 22 September 2009.[5] Homeported in Limassol, Cyprus, she is employed on Seatruck's Liverpool to Dublin route.[2] Clipper Pennant made her maiden revenue-earning voyage for Seatruck on 13 October 2009.[6]


Clipper Pennant is 157 metres (515 ft 1 in) long overall and 133.18 metres (436 ft 11 in) between perpendiculars. She has a beam of 23.03 metres (75 ft 7 in) and a draught of 5.714 metres (18 ft 9 in).[7] She is classed as a 1A1 General Cargo Carrier by Det Norske Veritas, with whom she is allocated registry number 27192.[8] She is powered by three Wärtsilä 4L20 diesel engines driving two propellors and is equipped with two Wärtsilä CT200 bow thrusters.[9]


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