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Stena Germanica

Stena Germanica is today the largest ferry and belongs to the ranks of the world's largest ferries with its 240 meters length and 29 meters in width. The ship's size means that it requires special techniques to turn the ferry in the port of Gothenburg. Besides its size, Stena Line has also placed great emphasis on the quality and onboard travel experience.

Object Stena Germanica
Location Gothenburg
Architecture & Design  

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