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M/S Nina

Technical details:

Type: Car ferry
Building material: Steel hull
Length: 76 m
Beam: 13.9 m
Draught: 3.5 m
Propulsion: 2 × Volvo Penta D16 MH650; total 1,303 hp, 958 kW
Speed: 10 knots
Capacity: 297 passengers, 50 cars
Gross tonnage: 412 gt

M/S Nina


General history and facts:

”M/S Nina” is a car and passenger ferry, launched on 30th of May 1973 by “Kalmar varv AB”. It was delivered to the Swedish Road Administration later that year under the name “Färja 61/296” on 1st of September 1973. For nearly two decades it was assigned to the Öckerö–Lilla Varholmen line. In 1992 it was renamed “Nina”. In 2002 the ferry was extended in length and breadth with 10.00/2.20 m respectively to its modern dimensions. After 2004 and in different periods, “Nina” was serving Öregrund–Gräsö, Vaxholm–Rindö Västra, Jungfrusund–Slagsta and Fårösund–Broa lines. In 2010 there was a modernisation in the road administration system and a new entity of “Trafikverket” was created. From 2010 “Trafikverket Färjerederiet” manages and runs “Nina”. Since 2012 the ferry is serving the line Vaxholm–Rindö in the Stockholm's archipelago transport system.

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