The Rodin is a ropax ferry that is in service with MyFerryLink and was formerly owned and operated by the defunct French ferry company SeaFrance. She was built in 2001 by Aker Finnyards in Finland for the company where she entered service in 2002 and was placed on the route linking Dover with Calais, the route she served up until the liquidation of SeaFrance. She has since returned to her service on the Dover-Calais route, now as the Rodin and sailing under MyFerryLink, which was founded by Eurotunnel in August 2012 in response to the liquidation of SeaFrance. She has the ability to accommodate almost 2,000 passengers and can carry 700 vehicles. She provides 2,000 lanemetres. She was voted 'Cruise and Ferry's most innovative newbuild ferry of 2003/04'. She has one younger sister ship, the SeaFrance Berlioz, which was built in 2005 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique, France. Her current port of registry is Calais, France.