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  Moby Lally (Moby Lines)

Moby Lally | Moby Lines
Moby Lally from Moby Lines. This is one of the two major ferry lines going to and from the Elba
Photograph by Peter Krefting. Some rights reserved.  (view image details)



Moby Lally | Moby Lines
Moby Lally sailing the Tyrrhenian Sea at Isola d'Elba, Italy,
Photograph by Oleg Brovko. Some rights reserved.  (view image details)





MOBY LALLY FACTS

Description
The Moby Lally is a roll on/roll off ferry that carries 1150 passengers and 300 vehicles on the Italy mainland to Elba route. The sides of the ship are decorated in cartoon character artwork by "Projekt Silver". The ship is 119m long and 19m broad.

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

History
The ship was built in 1974, and entered service for Moby in 2000. Previous names of the vessel are Kalle III, The Viking, Wasa Prince, Peder Olsen

Dining
The ship has snack-bar, cafeteria and self-service restaurant, as well as a bar.

Entertainment
The air-conditioned ship has a children's play room and sun deck

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  Moby Love (Moby Lines)
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Ship Summary
Operator:Moby Lines
Built by:Schichau Unterweser, Bremerhaven, Germany
Date Completed:1974
Gross Tonnage:8570
Length:119 m
Width:19 m
Passengers:1100
IMO:7360681