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M/S Viking Grace

Technical details:

IMO: 9606900
Type: Cruise-ferry
Building material: Steel hull
Length: 218 m
Beam: 31.8 m
Draught: 6.8 m
Propulsion: 4 × Wärtsilä 8L50DF ; total 30,400 kW
Speed: 22 knots
Capacity: 2,800 passengers and 556 cars
Gross tonnage: 57,565 gt

M/S Viking Grace


General history and facts:

”M/S Viking Grace” is a cruise ship and Ro-Pax ferry, launched on 10th of August 2012 and delivered to “Viking Line” on 10th of January 2013. It was registered with a home port of Mariehamn, Finland and put into service on 13 of January 2013 on the route Turku–Långnäs/Mariehamn–Stockholm. The ship is powered by liquefied natural gas and diesel fuel, making it the first LNG-powered passenger ship. Initially, “Viking Grace” was fit with a rotor-sail, but the sail was removed in 2021. It has a sister ship, named “M/S Viking Glory”, with very similar design and appearance. “Viking Grace” is certified as Ice-class 1A Super and is regarded as one of the most environmentally friendly cruise-ferries in the region.

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