The Condor 10 is a high speed catamaran ferry that is currently owned and operated by the British ferry company Condor Ferries. She runs the route that links St Malo with the Channel Islands. She was built in 1993 by Incat, Australia for Condor Ferries as the Condor Ten, but was renamed as the Condor 10 (in numbers) not long afterwards. She replaced the Condor 9 on the Weymouth-Channel Islands route until she was chartered to Interislander. She was transferred to Viking Line the following year where she was renamed Viking Express 1. In 1996, she was chartered again to Stena Line for their Fishguard-Rosslare service. She retained her original name, the Condor 10. In 1997, she was laid up and in 2002, Condor Ferries reacquired the vessel and she was refurbished for regular passenger services between St Malo and the Channel Islands, again replacing her predecessor, the Condor 9. She has six sister ships, the Mandarin, the Snaefell, the Al Huna I, the Speedrunner 1, the Pescara Jet and the Emeraude France. Her current port of registry is Nassau, the Bahamas.