She was built by Robb Caledon Shipbuilders as Yard Number 535 in 1983 and was the last vessel to be launched from their Leith Shipyard.
She entered service with Sealink on 28 November 1983.
In 1991 she joined Wightlink and worked the Portsmouth to Fishborne route until March 2015, she was then laid up after reportedly being sold to Delcomar in Sardinia where she will be renamed Anna Mur and join her sister ship St.Catherine (now GB Conte) which was sold to the same Company in 2010.
She is 77m long with a 17.2m beam and 2.48m draught and can carry 769 passengers together with 142 cars and 12 lorries.
Powered by three Harland & Wolff-MAN 6ASL25 Diesel Engines she can make 12.5 knots via three Voith Schneider cyclodial propellers.
Wightlink and its predecessors have been operating ferry services for over 160 years and now carry over 5,500,000 passengers, 1,200,000 cars and over 200,000 coaches and freight each year on its three routes across the Solent to the Isle of Wight.
MMSI - 235031619
REG - UK, London
IMO - 8130569
Call Sign - GDBB
Passenger / Ro-Ro Cargo Ships
Built - Robb, Leith, UK
Yard No. 535
L 77m x W 17.2m
GT - 2983
Year - 1983
Portsmouth, 7 April 2015