The Hamnavoe is a multi purpose roro ferry that is currently operated by the Scottish ferry company Northlink Ferries. She was built in 2002 by Aker Finnyards, Finland for the company and was placed on the route that links Scrabster with Stromness. The ferry is notable for its stunning view of the Old Man of Hoy, a tall vertical stack. The ferry also passes the tallest cliff face in Britain, St Johns Head. In April 2010, the Hamnavoe was sent to Bergen in Norway for three days to rescue stranded British nationals because of the infamous ash cloud that disruped air travel for six days. Her current port of registry is Stromness, UK.