North Sea Ferries

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North Sea Ferries
Genre Ferry company
Fate Merged with P&O North Sea Ferries (Later P&O Ferries)
Successor P&O Ferries
Founded 1965
Defunct 1996 (Merged into P&O North Sea Ferries)
Headquarters Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Area served
Belgium, UK, Netherlands, Rotterdam, Hull, Zeebrugge
Services Passenger transportation, freight transportation

North Sea Ferries was a ferry company which operated between 1965 and 1996 when it was merged into P&O Operations (P&O North Sea Ferries), it had routes from Hull to Rotterdam (Europort) and Zeebrugge. P&O North Sea Ferries was then merged with P&O Ferries in 2003. In 1987, the Princess Margaret Ferry Terminal was built under the operation of North Sea Ferries. The building is now under the ownership of Associated British Ports and is operated by P&O Ferries.

Fleet[edit]

Ship Service Status
MV Norsun 1987–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries
MV Norsea 1987–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries
MV Norcape 1988–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries
MV Norbay 1994–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries
MV Norbank 1993–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries
MV Norland 1974–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries, then later sold to SNAV. Scrapped in 2010.
MV Norstar 1974–1996 Transferred to P&O Ferries, then later sold to SNAV. Scrapped in 2010.