The Stena Voyager is a HSS 1500 high speed catamaran ferry that was owned and operated by the ferry company Stena Line. She was built in 1996 by Aker Finnyards, Rauma for the company where she was placed on the route that links Belfast with Stranraer. She is amongst the three largest high speed catamarans in the world, sharing this title with her two sister ships, the Stena Explorer and the HSS Discovery. The Stena Voyager has the ability to accommodate 1,500 passengers and can carry 375 vehicles. She also provides 800 lanemetres. She made an appearance on the British television show Top Gear, where presenter Jeremy Clarkson drove a Renault Twingo off the linkspan at Belfast, just as the vessel departed porthumb|274px|leftt. The car subsequently missed and sank. The Stena Voyager and her running partners, the Stena Caledonia and the Stena Navigator were replaced in late November by the newly chartered Stena Superfast VII and the Stena Superfast VIII. The future of the Stena Voyager is unknown. She is the second of Stena Line's HSS 1500 catamarans to be withdrawn from service, after the former Stena Discovery. She is currently laid up in Belfast.
In 2013, Stena Voyager was sold for scrap. She was towed to Landskrona, Sweden, where she was broken up by Stena Recycling.
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