MS Côte D'Albâtre

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History
Name: Côte D'Albâtre
Owner: Seine-Maritime
Operator:
Port of registry: Rouen, France
Builder: HJ Barreras, Spain
Yard number: 1645
Launched: 22 July 2005
Acquired: October 2005
Maiden voyage: 6 March 2006
Identification: 9320128
Status: In Service

MS Côte d' Albatre is a RO-RO passenger ferry currently operated by DFDS Seaways France between Newhaven in the UK and Dieppe in France and was originally built in 2006 for Transmanche Ferries which was then dissolved into LD Lines which then merged their channel interests with DFDS Seaways channel interests to form DFDS Seaways France, Cote D'Albatre has one sister ship which is the MS Seven Sisters which currently operates between Portsmouth in the UK and Le Havre in France but is due to join Cote D'Albatre in Dieppe in 2015, she is also identical to several ships operated by Balearia in Spain and Navairas ARMAS also in Spain.

History