- Type: Ferry
- Displacement: 12,108 tons
- Dimensions: 396 x 71 x 18 ft.
- Machinery: Diesel, twin screws = 17.5 knots
- Passengers: 1,600
- Cars: 420
- Builder: Rickmers Werft, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1974
- Service: Built as Stena Normandica, the first of four ships intended for charter work. Initially chartered to ENTMV, Algeria, for service between Marseille-Alicante-Algiers. Served on some Baltic routes for the Stena Line, and in the English Channel, with a longer term charter to Sealink UK in 1979, and eventual sale and renaming as St. Brendan in 1985. Sold to NAVARMA (Navigazione Archipelago Maddalenino) Lines - also known as Moby Lines - and entered service as Moby Vincent in 1990, operating between Genoa-Bastia and Livorno-Bastia. In 1993 she briefly ran for the Silja Line in the Baltic under the name Wasa Sun, but then returned to Moby and her previous name. Still in service.