The Pride of Burgundy

The Pride of Burgundy is a ferry that is currently owned by P&O Ferries. She was built in 1993 and was originally planned to be the last of the European Class, however due to the lack of ferries on the Dover-Calais route at the time, she was converted into a multi-purpose vessel and was placed on the Dover-Calais route, on which she serves today. She is still considered a European Class ferry, as she sports some features that her other sisters have. She is one of the smallest ferries on the Dover to Calais route in terms of capacity. Her three other sister ships are the Pride of Kent, the Pride of Canterbury and the European Seaway. Her current port of registry is Dover, England