The 125 m long passenger/roro ferry Hjaltland was delivered for NorthLink on 12 August 2002. The modern 12,000 brt roro passenger vessel has a length of 125 metres and beam of 19.5 metres. It is designed to operate on short sea international routes carrying passengers, private cars, trucks and road trailers.
Special attention has been paid to passenger comfort. The ship's restaurants and lounges have a seating capacity for 600 persons, and there are 100 cabins with a total of 300 beds. All cabins are en-suite, most of which are two berth with a number of four-berth cabins for families.
Main Characteristics of the Hjaltland
|Overall Length||125 m|