The Norbank is a freight vessel that is currently owned and operated by the British ferry company P&O Ferries. She was built in 1993 by Van der Giessen-de Noord, the Netherlands for Nedlloyd until 1996 when she was sold to P&O North Sea Ferries. In 2002, P&O Ferries acquired all of its subsidaries, including P&O North Sea, however the Norbank retained her name, route and livery. The vessel can accommodate 112 passengers and provides 2040 lanemetres worth of freight. She serves on the route that links Liverpool with Dublin. The Norbank has one sister ship, the Norbay. Her current port of registry is Rotterdam, the Netherlands.