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M/S Sjögull

Technical details:

IMO: 8129424
Type: Passenger ship
Building material: Aluminium hull
Length: 38.32 m
Beam: 6.77 m
Draught: 1.60 m
Propulsion: 3 x Scania DI13 070M; total 1,652 hp, 1,215 kW
Speed: 23.5 knots
Capacity: 340 passengers
Gross tonnage: 290 gt

M/S Sjögull


General history and facts:

”M/S Sjögull” is a passenger ship built in 1982 by “Marinteknik verkstads AB”, Sweden. It was delivered to “AB Stockholms Skärgårdstrafik” on 30th of April 1982 under the name “Sjögull”. It has a sister ship, named ”M/S Sjöbris”. In May 1982 “Sjögull” was put into service on the route Stockholm–Vaxholm–Blidösundet–Rödlöga. In 1983 it was enlarged with 3.20 m to its current dimensions. In 1990 it was sold to “Norra Skärgårdstrafiken AB” and the engines were exchanged to Scania DSI 14, 1,200 hp (882 kW). On 23 of February 2000 “Sjögull” was sold to “Blidösundsbolaget AB”, but it kept its usual route Stockholm–Vaxholm–Blidösundet–Rödlöga/Arholma. In 2007 together with its sister ship, “Sjögull” was renovated at Oskarshamn’s shipyard. In May 2009 new engines of a type Scania DI 16 42M, 1,500 hp (1,103 kW) were installed at Tenö’s shipyard. In March 2020 the engines were exchanged at “Kummelnäs Varv AB”, Nacka with Scania DI13 070M, 1,652 hp (1,215 kW). During the same year the hull was painted white.

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