Patrick Taylor Art

'Dana Sirena'
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High-resolution archival print
16 x 21 inches

Signed print of 'Dana Sirena'

Detail, top of stair.

About Dana Sirena

The M.S. DANA SIRENA was the ferry that sailed between Harwich in the UK and Esbjerg on the west coast of Denmark. The ship was built at the Szczecin Shipyard in 2003 and is some 200 metres long with 196 cabins and space for 435 cars. In 2014, DFDS Seaways closed their Harwich to Esbjerg route. Currently there are no passenger ferries from the UK to Scandinavia.

The name was subsequently changed to SIRENA SEAWAYS operating the route from Kapellskar (Sweden) to Paldiski (Poland) then BAIE DE SEINE (with Britanny Ferries, home port Le Havre). As of April 2020, the ferry is back with DFDS Seaways as M.V. SIRENA SEAWAYS operating between Klaipeda (Lithuania) and Karlshamn (Sweden).

In the picture, Dana Sirena is on the North Sea late one flat-calm sunny evening sailing from Esbjerg to Harwich and I am on it with Sandra (with our bikes down on the car deck).

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