The Caedmon was a roro ferry that was formerly owned and operated by the British ferry company Wightlink. She was built in 1973 by Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd in Scotland for Sealink, a former ferry company operating around Europe, along with her two sister ships, the Cenwulf and the Cenred. These ships were the former 'C Class' ferries which were replaced by the newer 'Wight Class' ferries. She was able to accommodate 756 passengers and could carry 52 vehicles. She also provides 142 lanemetres. She was scrapped in May 2010. Her port of registry was Portsmouth, United Kingdom.