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Moby Baby | Moby Lines
he ferry Moby Baby at unidentified Italian port
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MOBY BABY FACTS

Description
The Moby Baby is an Italian ferry sailing between the mainland an Elba. The ship's sides are decorated with whale artwork by "Ettore Sottsass jr." The ship is 101m in length and 18 m wide, and can carry 1100 passengers and 220 vehicles.

Destinations
The Moby Baby operates on the Piombino to Portoferraio (Elba) route.

History
The ship was completed in 1967 by AB Oresundvarvet at the Landskrona shipyard in Sweden. She commenced service as the Svea Drott for Trave Lines. In 1974 she was acquired by Sealink Ferries of UK.and sailed as the Earl Godwin.
She commenced service with Moby Lines in 1996.

Dining
The ship has a snack-bar, lido bar and cafeteria.

Entertainment
Facilities on board include a children's play room - the "HAPPY MOBY", video games, boutique, mega screen TV, and sun deck.

Cabins
The ship has 36 cabins.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Moby Lines
Built by:Landskrona shipyard, Sweden
Date Completed:1967
Length:101 m
Width:18 m
Passengers:1100
IMO:6606026