The Dieppe Seaways is a fast ropax ferry that was formerly owned by the defunct French ferry company SeaFrance. She was built by the HDW Shipyard in Kiel, Germany in 2002 for the company Superfast Ferries and was initially named as the Superfast X. She was sold in 2007 to Veolia Transport and sailed as the Jean Nicoli. However a year later, she was sold again, this time to SeaFrance where she was renamed as the SeaFrance Molière. She was placed on the Dover-Calais route on which she served until SeaFrance went into liquidation in early 2012. She is now in service with DFDS Seaways on their Dover-Calais route under the name Dieppe Seaways, as of November 2012. Her three sister ships are the Stena Superfast VII, the Stena Superfast VIII and the Atlantic Vision. Her current port of registry is Calais, France.