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MS Color Fantasy 5-Stars-Suite
Norway

The ferry MS Color Fantasy runs between Kiel and Oslo. The technical data impress: 74 500 gross tons, 224 meters long, 35 meters wide, 60 meters high, 42.400 PS, speed 22 knots. The ferry is equipped with 2.667 beds in 966 rooms of different categories and approved for 2.750 passengers.

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Uploaded: 13/09/2012
Updated: 28/09/2012
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