The most recent addition to our fleet after a major refit in 2009, the 96-meter wave piercing catamaran offers passengers a great experience of fast and comfortable travel to the Isle of Man. window.cookieconsent.initialise({ The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company operates ferries to/ from Heysham, Liverpool, Belfast & Dublin. The announcement follows months of deliberation by the Company, which in October announced a shortlist of four potential names – Manxman, Mona’s Isle, Manx Maid and King Orry – all of which are traditional Steam Packet …                "link": "", Trailer. var didConsent = this.hasConsented(); RNVR H. Miller, 99 souls: crew and evacuees from the bombed and sunk Isle of Man Steam Packet ferry KING ORRY, and soldiers from the shore were rescued. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is the oldest continually operating ferry company in the world, trading from 1830 to present day. '.webs.com' : 'none'; --> The company initially operated passenger services from Douglas to Liverpool. Over the 180 years that the Steam Packet have been sailing there have been many changes which has resulted in massive changes in the requirements and designs of ships. The Isle of Man’s borders will remain closed to non-Island residents until further notice.               "content": { Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Page 2: 1900-1914 This page is one of a series devoted to postcards and photographs of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company (IOMSPCo).               }, Design and engineering consultancy Houlder has won another contract with the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company (IoMSPC), acting as technical advisor in the design and build of its latest battery hybrid ferry.     })                "button": { The following fleet list is not complete by any means, but is an attempt to collect the names of the companies, a brief history of each and the names of the vessels they used. The Steam Packet Company had £76 million worth of debt at the time of purchase, the two vessels are almost worthless. Isle of Man DEP 08:45 on Mon 07/12/2020 Book Now Heysham BC ARR 12:30 C; Heysham DEP 14:15 on Mon 07/12/2020 Book Now Isle of Man BC ARR 18:00 C; Isle of Man DEP 19:45 on Mon 07/12/2020 Book Now Heysham BC ARR 23:30 D; Heysham DEP 02:15 on Tue 08/12/2020 Book Now Isle of Man BC ARR 06:00 D Below the table is a Fleet List in chronological order. Sea Express 1, Seacat Isle of Man - 1994 - 1995, 1996 - 2004, 2006 - 2010 - Laid up. ... Fleet List Part 2: 1900-1914 … Superseacat Two - 1998, 2003 - 2009 - Sold for further use, Emeraude France - 2007 - Covered for the damaged Sea Express 1Thanks to 'mwhphotography' for the image, Seacat Rapide - 2001 - 2004 - Sold for further use, Superseacat Three - 2000/2002 - Sold for further use, King Orry (5) - 1990 - 1998 - Sold for further use, Tynwald (6) - 1985 - 1990 - Sold for further use, Manx Viking - 1985 - 1986 - Sold for further use, Mona's Isle (6) - 1984 - 1986 - Sold for further use, Peveril (4) - 1981 - 1998 - Sold for further use, Lady of Mann (2) - 1976 - 2005 - Sold for further use, Mona's Queen (5) - 1972 - 1995 - Sold for further use, Ben-my-Chree (5) - 1966 - 1985 - Sold for further use, Ramsey - 1964 - 1974 - Sold for further use, Peveril (3) - 1964 - 1981 - Sold for further use, Manx Maid (2) - 1962 - 1985 - Sold for further use, Manxman (2) - 1955 - 1982 - Sold for further use, Fenella (3) - 1951 - 1973 - Sold for further use, Mona's Queen (4) - 1946 - 1961 - Sold for further use, Tynwald (4) - 1936 - 1942 - Torpedoed and sun during war service, Fenella (2) - 1939 - 1940 - Sunk during air attack at Dunkirk, Mona's Queen (3) - 1934 - 1940 - Mined and sunk at Dunkirk, Lady of Mann (1) - 1930 - 1971 - Scrapped, Ben-my-Chree (4) - 1927 - 1965 - Scrapped, Cushag - 1920 - 1943 - Sold for further use, Snaefell (4) - 1920 - 1945 - Sold for further use, Manxman (1) - 1920 - 1939 - Requisitioned by the Admiralty, broken up in 1949, King Orry (3) - 1913 - 1940 - Bombed and sunk at Dunkirk, The Ramsey - 1912 - 1915 - Sunk by German raider Meteor during war service, Tyrconnel - 1911 - 1932 - Sold for further use, Snaefell (3) - 1910 - 1918 - Torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean, Ben-my-Chree (3) - 1908 - 1917 - Sunk at Castellorizo, raised in 1920 and scrapped, Douglas (3) - 1901 - 1923 - Sunk in the Mersey following a collision with Artmesia, Empress Queen - 1897 - 1916 - Stranded off Isle of Wight and lost during war, Tynwald (3) - 1891 - 1933 - Sold for further use, Queen Victoria - 1888 - 1915 - Sold for further use, Prince of Wales - 1888 - 1915 - Sold for further use, Mona's Queen (2) - 1885 - 1929 - Scrapped, Peveril (1) - 1884 - 1899 - Sunk off Douglas after a collision with Monarch, Mona's Isle (3) - 1882 - 1915 - Sold for further use, Mona (2) - 1878 - 1883 - Sunk in Formby Channel after collision with Rita, Ben-my-Chree (2)  - 1875 - 1906 - Scrapped, Snaefell (1) - 1863 - 1875 - Sold for further use, Mona's Isle (2), Ellan Vannin - 1860 - 1909 - Sunk at Mersey Bar, all hands lost, Douglas (1) - 1858 - 1862 - Sold for further use, Mona's Queen (1) - 1852 - 1880 - Scrapped, Tynwald (1) - 1846 - 1866 - Sold as part payment for Tynwald (2), Ben-my-Chree (1) - 1845 - 1860 - Sold for further use, King Orry (1) - 1842 - 1858 - Sold as part payment for Douglas (1), Queen of the Isle - 1834 - 1844 - Sold for further use, Mona (1) - 1832 - 1841 - Sold for further use, References: Steam Packet 175th Anniversary (Official Book), Copyright � Robert Huxley & Contributors 2010 - 2011,