The Moby Baby is a ferry that is currently owned by Navigazione Arcipelago Maddalenino S.p.A and operated by the Italian ferry company Moby Lines. She was built in 1966 by Öresundsvarvet in Sweden as the Svea Drott for Trave Lines. In 1974, she was sold to Sealink UK where she was renamed as the Earl Godwin. In 1990, Sealink British Ferries sold the Earl Godwin to Moby Lines. Moby renamed her as the Moby Baby and she was placed on the route that links Portoferraio with Piombino. She can accommodate 1,208 passengers and can hold 174 cars. Her current port of registry is Napoli, Italy.