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Ferries may need to be renamed

Ferries may need to be renamed

04-06-2014 12:00:00


Scandlines are considering giving the two unfinished ferries which the company bought from the shipyard in Stralsund other names than originally planned. The two Ro-Pax ferries, now called Berlin and Copenhagen may need a name change. This has been confirmed by the company.

"Over the past three years after having started on the ferries, there has happened so much," says a spokeswoman for Scandlines.

A name change could therefore also be a symbol of a new beginning for the two ferries to be rebuilt and completed in Bloom + Voss in Hamburg.

Source: Täglicher Hafenbericht / Maritime Denmark


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