|Port of registry:||Rotterdam Netherlands|
|Route:||Liverpool - Dublin|
|Builder:||Van der Giessen-de Noord NV, The Netherlands|
|Launched:||5 June 1993|
|Maiden voyage:||31 October 1993|
|Length:||166.77 metres (547.1 ft)|
|Beam:||23.4 metres (77 ft)|
|Draft:||5.8 metres (19 ft)|
|Installed power:||4x Sulzer|
|Speed:||22 knots (25 mph)|
MS Norbank is a ro-ro freight vessel that is owned and operated by the British ferry company Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. She was built by Van Der Giessen-de Noord N.V., Netherlands in 1993.
The ship was launched as the MS Norbank in 1993 and was delivered by October 1993 to Nordzee Verdi Stone BV in The Netherlands and started operating between Hull and Rotterdam for North Sea Ferries. She was chartered to P&O Group in January 1997 and remained on the Rotterdam route where she then transferred to the Felixstowe to Rotterdam route, before going to the Irish Sea to start operating for P&O Irish Sea between Liverpool and Dublin. After P&O Irish Sea was renamed she transferred to P&O Ferries and remained on the Irish Sea where she still remains.
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