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DFDS SEAWAYS: New colours for DFDS

Full DFDS liveries are now on view at Dover after Delft Seaways (ex-Maersk Delft), from the former Norfolkline service to Dunkerque, was fully repainted at ARNO, Dunkirk, to be followed into dry dock by Dover Seaways (ex-Maersk Dover). A slight change from other vessels in the current rebranding sequence is the appearance of the DFDS Seaways name on the white superstructure rather than the blue hull.

There are also new names and colours on the Tyne, with North Shields-IJmuiden route pair King of Scandinavia and Princess of Norway returning from Denmark as King Seaways and Princes Seaways. They went in turn to Odense to have the previous all-white livery replaced.

Ships Montly - January 2024

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