MS Skane as Swedish Skåne is a Swedish passenger ferry in operation between Trelleborg in Scania, Sweden, and Rostock in Mecklenburg, Germany. The world’s largest multi-purpose ro-ro/train ferry, it is owned by the Stena Line, and operated by Scandlines. It is named for the southern Swedish province of Skåne, called “Scania” in English.

Skane was built at the Astilleros Españoles shipyard in Puerto Real, Spain, and launched on 9 August 1997. The 42,800 gross ton ship is 200.2 m long, 29 m abeam, and has a draught of 6.2 m. She is powered by four MAN B&W 8L48/60 diesel engines, providing a total of 28,960 kW (38,840 hp), giving a service speed of 21 knots (39 km/h).

The ship has 3,295 lane meters for road vehicles and another 1,110 lane meters for rolling stock, which gives it a capacity of up to 2,630 tons of road vehicles and 3,330 tons of railway stock. It has accommodation for up to 600 passengers in 150 cabins.

MS Skåne is a popular choice for travelers between Sweden and Germany, offering a comfortable and safe crossing.

According to the Internet