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Moby Vincent | Moby Lines
Ferry "Moby Vincent" of Moby Lines, Port of Livorno
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MOBY VINCENT FACTS

Description
Moby Vincent is a cruise ferry on the Italy to Corsica route. The ship is 120m long and 22m wide and can accommodate up to 1600 passengers and 570 vehicles. The hull is decorated with "Looney Tunes" artwork.

Destinations
The Moby Vincent operates on the Livorno to Bastia (Corsica) route.

History
Moby Vincent was built in 1974 by Rickmers of Bremerhaven in Germany. She was bought by Moby in 1989, and started service for Moby in 1990. Previous names were Stena Normandica, St Brendan

Dining
Eating and drinking areas - bar, cafeteria, self-service restaurant, lido bar

Entertainment
Facilities on-board include a boutique and shop, video games, children's play room, sun deck

Cabins
A range of cabin accommodation is available inside and outside cabins. Both double and quadruple cabins are available. Outside cabins have a porthole.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Moby Lines
Built by:Rickmers, Bremerhaven, Germany.
Date Completed:1974
Gross Tonnage:12108
Length:120 m
Width:22 m
Passengers:1600