DFDS Lisco

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DFDS Lisco
Fate rebranded as DFDS Seaways
Defunct 2010
Headquarters Klaipėda, Lithuania
Area served Baltic Sea
Services Passenger transportation
Freight transportation
Parent DFDS
Website www.dfdslisco.com
Lisco Maxima
DFDS Seaways Baltic office in Kiel, Germany

DFDS Lisco was a Lithuanian ferry company that operated passenger and freight services across the Baltic Sea from Lithuania to Sweden and Germany. Following DFDS's acquisition of Norfolkline in 2010. DFDS Lisco, Norfolkline, DFDS Tor Line have been rebranded as DFDS Seaways.

Routes[edit]

DFDS Lisco operated three routes across the Baltic Sea.

Route Frequency Crossing time
Klaipėda - Kiel 6 crossings per week 21 hours
Klaipėda - Sassnitz 3 crossings per week 18 hours
Klaipėda - Karlshamn 7 crossing per week 14 hours

Ships[edit]

MV LISCO Maxima [1]

  • Kiel (Germany) - Klaipėda (Lithuania)
  • Register class - RINA
  • Travelling time - 21 hours
  • Year of construction - 2009
  • Gross tonnage - 25.760
  • Length overall - 199,14 m
  • Breadth moulded - 26,60 m
  • Draught - 6,40 m
  • Service speed - 23,50 kn
  • Passenger capacity - 600 persons
  • Cargo capacity - 2490 l/m
  • Languages on Board: German, Lithuanian, Russian
  • Currency on board: Euro, Litas

MV Baltic Amber

  • Kiel (Germany) - Klaipėda (Lithuania)
  • Travelling time - 21 Std.
  • Year of construction - 2007
  • Gross tonnage - 27.414
  • Length overall - 186,50 m
  • Breadth moulded - 25,60 m
  • Draught - 6,60 m
  • Service speed - 24 kn
  • Passenger capacity - 400 persons
  • Cargo capacity - 2255 l/m
  • Languages on Board: German, Lithuanian, Russian
  • Currency on board: Euro, Litas
  • Gechartert von Stena Line

MV Vilnius [2]

  • Sassnitz (Germany) - Klaipėda (Lithuania)
  • Travelling time - 18 hours
  • Register class - Ro-Ro Passenger + 100 A1 Ice class 1B
  • Year of construction - 1987
  • Gross tonnage - 22.341
  • Length overall - 190,93 m
  • Breadth moulded - 28 m
  • Draught - 7,18 m
  • Service speed - 16 kn
  • Passenger capacity - max. 132 persons
  • Cargo capacity - 1700 l/m, thereof max. 1362 railmeters
  • Languages on Board: German, Lithuanian, Russian
  • Currency on board: Euro, Litas

MV LISCO Optima [3]

  • Karlshamn (Sweden) - Klaipėda (Lithuania)
  • Register class - Lloyd's Register
  • Travelling time - 14 hours
  • Year of construction - 1999
  • Gross tonnage - 25.206
  • Length overall - 186,25 m
  • Breadth moulded - 25,60 m
  • Draught - 6,50 m
  • Service speed - 21,50 kn
  • Passenger capacity - 324 persons
  • Cargo capacity - 2238 l/m
  • Languages on Board: English, Lithuanian, Russian
  • Currency on board: Swedish krona, Litas

MV LISCO Patria [4]

  • Karlshamn (Sweden) - Klaipėda (Lithuania)
  • Register class - A1 RO-PAX AMS,ACCU, Ice 1B
  • Travelling time - 14 hours
  • Year of construction - 1992
  • Gross tonnage - 18.332
  • Length overall - 154 m
  • Breadth moulded - 24 m
  • Service speed - 17 kn
  • Passenger capacity - 258 persons
  • Cargo capacity - 1710 l/m
  • Languages on Board: English, Lithuanian, Russian
  • Currency on board: Swedish krona, Litas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Description MV LISCO Maxima". Website DFDS LISCO GmbH. Retrieved 2009-08-11. 
  2. ^ "Description MV Vilnius". Website DFDS LISCO GmbH. Retrieved 2008-09-08. 
  3. ^ "Description MV LISCO Optima". Website AB DFDS LISCO. Retrieved 2009-08-11. 
  4. ^ "Description MV LISCO Patria". Website AB DFDS LISCO. Retrieved 2009-08-11. 

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