Stena HSS Voyager

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By kjfitz @ 2009-06-05 13:08:47
High-speed Sea Service is the name of a class of high-speed craft developed and operated by Stena Line, for European international ferry traffic. The HSS 1500 are the largest "fastcraft" in the world and have an in-service speed of 40 knots (75 km/h).

Several patents were registered to Stena Line in the development of the HSS, and four vessels were ultimately completed during the late 1990s; Stena Discovery, Stena Explorer and Stena Voyager were built to operate around the British Isles with Stena Carisma built for Scandinavian use.
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