The Stena Hibernia is a large freight vessel that is currently owned by DFDS Seaways and operated by the ferry company Stena Line. She currently operates on the route that links Heysham with Belfast. She was built in 1996 at the Miho Shpiyards in Japan as the Maersk Importer for Norfolkline. In 2010, she was renamed as the Hibernia Seaways when DFDS Seaways acquired Norfolkline and took over all of their operations. Later that year, she was chartered to Stena Line where she was repainted in Stena livery and was again renamed, this time as the Stena Hibernia. The Stena Hibernia has three sister ships, the Stena Scotia, the Anglia Seaways and the Flandria Seaways. She can only accommodate 12 passengers but provides 1,562 lanemetres. Her current port of registry is Vlaardingen, The Netherlands.