Tirrenia CIN selling another ro-ro ship
Beniamino Carnevale is rumoured to be transferred to a North European ferry company
Tirrenia – CIN Compagnia Italiana di Navigazione, a subsidiary 100% controlled by Moby group, is rumoured to have sold for Eur 12 million the 27-years old roro Beniamino Carnevale to a North European buyer. German ferry company TT Line and Polish operator Unity Line are the two options considered most likely as counterpart from several sources.
This deal would sign the fourth sale of roro vessels by Moby group this year following Barbara Krahulik (currently en route to Gdansk where will be delivered to TT Line), Puglia and Hartmuth Puschmann which already changed hands.
Built in 1992 by Van Der Giessen-de Nord shipyard, Beniamino Carnevale (formerly known as Via Adriatico) is able to support a top speed of 17 knots, length is 150 meters, width 23 meters and 14,398 GT. This ferry has a capacity for 99 passengers and 1,820 lane meters.