Halmstad, Copengahen, Travemünde: Prins Bertil: 1) Halmstad, Grenaa See the archives section for more brochures of Lion Ferry (Europafärjan). See also the. Lion Ferry was a Swedish ferry company which operated passenger and freight ferry services in Scandinavia and North America. The company commenced operations in 1960 on the Halmstad - Aarhus route. In 1965 the Norwegian operator Europafergen was acquired In 1960 The Prins Bertil enters service between Halmstad and Aarhus.Lion Ferry acquired Norwegian ferry operator Europafergen in 1965.It commenced the Portland - Yarmouth route operated by the Prince of Fundy in 1970 and closed in 1976.In 1973 it started a joint venture with Irish Shipping to form Irish Continental Line.Lion Ferry AB acquired.
Lion Prince, a ferry of Lion Ferry in Sweden Lion Ferry was a Swedish ferry company which operated passenger and freight ferry services in Scandinavia and North America . History In 1960 The Prins Bertil enters service between Halmstad and Aarhus. Lion Ferry acquired Norwegian ferry operator Europafergen in 1965 MV Beauport, ex Reine Mathilde, Prince of Brittany, Prince of Fundy - Steel twin screw motor vessel, built in 1970 by Schiffbau-Gesellschaft Unterweser, AG, Bremerhaven (Yard No. 477), for Lion Ferry Ab, Halmstad as a roll-on, roll-off passenger and vehicle ferry
Rutten går mellan Köpenhamn - Halmstad - Århus. Genom köp av rederiet Europafærgen 1965, kom man över hamnen i Grenå och kunde då köra den kortare vägen Halmstad-Grenå samt Varberg-Grenå. Samma år trafikerar Lion Ferry Trelleborg-Travemünde med nya färjan M/S Gustav Vasa som chartras av SJ Prinzenlinien. Germany/Sweden. Founded by Lion Ferry of Sweden, later operated by Lion Ferry and the German company HADAG. Halmstad, Copengahen, Travemünde. Lion Ferry, Halmstad, Sweden. Local Business. Sign up for Facebook today to discover local businesses near you Lion Ferry was a Swedish ferry company which operated passenger and freight ferry services in Scandinavia and North America. History. In 1960 The Prins Bertil enters service between Halmstad and Aarhus. Lion Ferry acquired Norwegian ferry operator Europafergen in 1965 In 1995, she returned to Stena Line and operated on their Lion Ferry subsidiary between Varberg / Halmstad and Grenå. She has since remained on that route, despite occasional charters, the closure of the Halmstad leg and the incorporation of Lion Ferry into Stena Line. In 2002, she was rebuilt in order to transport more freight
Lille amatørfilm fra 1997, der viser den tidligere MF Lion Kings ankomst til Grenaa. Du er velkommen til at sende kommentarer på email@example.com Shop Lion Ferry t-shirt created by TMX1024. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is! We will be updating our User Agreement and Policies on April 1, 2019 In April 1997, the ferry was sold to the Croatian shipowner SEM Maritime Company (SMC, Blue Line), from Split, which changed its name to SPLIT 1700. In the colors of the new owner, the ferry operated on the following routes: Split - Ancona and Vis - Hvar - Ancona. In October 2010 sold for scrap to the Indian shipyard in Alang
Kronprins Carl Gustaf Kronprins Carl Gustaf - Wilanow - Split 1700 This page is devoted to postcards and photographs of the Lion Ferry ship Kronprins Carl Gustaf of 1966. Kronprins Carl Gustaf was built in 1966 by Werft Nobiskrug, Rendsburg for Lion Ferry Lion Ferry (Q6555417) From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. No description defined. edit. Language Halmstad. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project LION KING Lion Ferry Passenger and vehicle ferry built at Nakskov Denmark that entered service in 1986 for Danish State Railways as Niels Klim LION KING Lion Ferry 1995 - postcard Postcards & Photo Senior Adviser for Strategic Internationalisation at Halmstad University. Location Halmstad, Sweden Industry Lion Ferry / Stena Line. 1979 - 1981 2 years.
Lion Ferry var en gång ett av de största företagen i Halmstad. Många av de som arbetade på färjorna var också bosatta här. 1960-1966 och 1988-1998 bedrev rederiet också färjetrafik från Halmstad till Danmark och en kort period även till Tyskland Now it is final: Stena Line will move from Varberg to Halmstad at the end of 2019. It revives the memory of the former Lion Ferry operation, acquired by Stena Line in 1985. The reason for the move is that the city of Varberg plans to urbanize the district of Västerport where Stena Line is berthing today Grenaa - Halmstad (From February 2020) Grenaa - Varberg (Until February 2020) M/F Lion King Photo: Postcard from The ferry site's collection . M/F Stena Nautica.