The old Hollandica is now called the Stena Germanica (III), while the Britannica travels under the name Stena Scandinavica (IV). They are furnished with additional cabins that have an even greater level of comfort.
The panorama cabins mean that there is a luxury class for the first time: some round beds, a whirlpool, inside cabins with ceiling windows and live images from the archipelago on the cabin's own large-screen TV.
The new ferries are 240 m long, can travel at 22 knots and have an over 4 km long track on the car deck.
Future-oriented technology: since 2015, Stena Germanica has been the first RoPax ferry to be powered by methanol. This conversion is an innovative solution to increased environmental regulations.