The Bari is a multi purpose roro ferry that is currently owned by Botcamp Shipping Co Ltd and operated by Ventouris Ferries. She was built in 1980 by Harland and Wolff in Belfast, Northern Ireland for Sealink British Ferries as the St Anselm. In 1991, she was renamed as the Stena Cambria when Sealink became Sealink Stena Line. She was finally transferred to Stena Line when Sealink became defunct in 1996. She kept her name but was repainted in Stena Line colours. In 1998, when Stena Line merged with P&O Ferries to become P&O Stena, she was repainted once again in P&O livery. In 1999, she was sold to Umafisa where she became the Isla de Botafoc. She was again transferred in 2003 to Balearia. She was once again transferred, this time to Ventouris Ferries. She was renamed as the Bari and was placed on the route that links Durres with Bari. She has three sister ships, the Stena Caledonia, the Ibn Batouta and the Le Rif. Her current port of registry is Limassol, Cyprus.