After her 15k mile-journey from the Chinese Jinling shipyard, the 237.4 m-long and 33m-wide 15k dwt-big ro-ro, offering 6,700 lane metres of carrying capacity, called to Gothenburg on 25 November.
The ship, third in a series of six (designed by Knud E. Hansen), entered traffic between the Swedish and Belgian seaports five days later. According to DFDS, Hollandia Seaways is to date the biggest ro-ro vessel to visit Gothenburg.
Once completed, the sixth newbuild will join her on the route (nos. 1 and 2, Ephesus Seaways and Troy Seaways, already ply between Turkey, Italy, and France, while nos. 4 and 5 will serve the company's Rotterdam-Immingham connection).
Hollandia Seaways is equipped with hybrid scrubbers.
Photo: Knud E. Hansen