The Pride of Kent Enters Drydock

A&P Falmouth has welcomed back the Pride of Kent.

The vessel is 179.70m long and can carry 2,000 passengers and 550 cars or 115 freight units. She arrived in A&P Falmouth’s Queen Elizabeth Dock on 19th January, and will be followed by the Pride of Burgundy at the end of the month.

The Pride of Kent has a very distinctive funnel marking, made up of the company’s house flag. The flag dates back to the company’s origins and bears the colours of the royal families of Portugal (blue and white) and Spain (red and gold).

 

Press Release, January 28, 2014

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Posted on January 28, 2014

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