Moby corse

The Moby Corse

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The Moby Corse is a cruiseferry that is currently owned and operated by the Italian ferry company Moby Lines. She was built in 1978 by Aalborg Værft AS, Denmark as the Dana Anglia for DFDS Seaways, operating between Esbjerg, Denmark and Harwich, UK. In 2002, she was renamed as the Duke of Scandinavia and DFDS transferred her to the route linking Gdansk, Poland with Copenhagen, Denmark. She sailed under this name for four years until she was chartered to Brittany Ferries in 2006 to replace the Val de Loire. She was renamed as the Pont L'Abbe. The vessel was officilly sold to Brittany Ferries in 2007, but the following year, she was laid up. She was bought by Moby Lines where she was again renamed, this time as the Moby Corse and was placed on the route that links Toulon with Bastia. She has no sister ships. Her current port of registry is Livorno, Italy

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