The GB Conte in her new livery

The GB Conte is a roro passenger ferry that was built in 1983 by Robb Caledon Shipbuilders as the St Catherine for the former ferry company Sealink. In 1991, the St Catherine was acquired by Wightlink. She was, at the time, the largest ferry operating to and from the Isle of Wight, until her sister ship, the St Helen entered service later in 1983. She operated between the Isle of Wight for nearly 30 years before finally being sold to Delcomar, a ferry company based in Italy, in 2010. She was renamed as the GB Conte and began operating for Delcomar almost immediately. Her sister ship, the St Helen, however still remains with Wightlink. Her current port of registry is Cagliari, Italy

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