The Pride of Canterbury

The Pride of Canterbury is a roro ferry that is currently owned by P&O Ferries. She is the second of four European Class ferries, the first being the Pride of Kent, built for P&O Ferries that were placed on the Dover to Zeebrugge route. She was built in 1992 as the European Pathway. She was converted in 2003, being renamed as the Pride of Canterbury and instead of sailing to Zeebrugge, she would sail to Calais from Dover. In January 2008, she struck the wreck of the SS Mahratta, a steamer that was wrecked on the Goodwin Sands in 1917. One of her propellers broke off as a result of the collision and she underwent emergency repairs. Her new propeller was fitted in November 2008. The Pride of Canterbury has three other sister ships, the Pride of Kent, the Pride of Burgundy and the European Seaway. Her current port of registry is Dover, England.
P&O Ferries
MS European Causeway~MS European Highlander~MS Norbank~MS Norbay~HSC Express~MS Pride of Calais~MS Spirit of Britain~MS Spirit of France~MS Pride of Canterbury~MS Norcape~MS Norking~MS European Seaway~MS Pride of Bruges~MS Pride of York~MS Pride of Burgundy~MS European Endeavour~MS Pride of Rotterdam~MS Pride of Hull~MS Norsky~MS European Trader~MS Norstream~MS Norqueen