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Publicity image of the Viking ADCC Career Name: Viking ADCC (project name) Owner: Basalease SA[1] Operator: Viking Line[1] Route: Mariehamn—Kapellskär (planned)[1] Ordered: 2007-01-29[1] Builder: Astilleros de Sevilla, Seville, Spain Cost: Approximately € 60 million[2] Laid down: 2007-05-06[3] In service: N/A Identification: IMO number: 9430105 Status: Cancelled by Viking Line Oyj (Finland) General characteristics Type: ropax ferry Tonnage: 16,500 GT (gross tonnage)[1] Length: 133 m (436 ft 4 in)[1] Beam: 21.90 m (71 ft 10 in)[1] Ice class: 1 A[4] Installed power: Wärtsilä diesels combined 20,000 kW[1] Speed: 22 kn (40.74 km/h; 25.32 mph)[1] Capacity: 1500 passengers[1] 320 cars[1] Viking ADCC (All seasons Day Cruising and Commuting) was the project name of a day cruiseferry ordered by the Finnish ferry company Viking Line. The ship was to be built by the Spanish shipyard Astilleros de Sevilla[5] and was originally planned for delivery 2009.[6] The ship was planned to enter service on the Mariehamn—Kapellskär route, replacing the Rosella.[5] The ship order was cancelled on 2010-02-08 due to the too late delivery for the Viking Line Oyj. [7][8][9] Contents 1 Concept and construction 2 Naming 3 Service history 4 Design 5 References 6 External links Concept and construction The Viking ADCC was designed specifically for the needs of the short Mariehamn—Kapellskär service. Many of her features was designed to minimise environmental impact.[3] The Viking ADCC was ordered by Viking Line from the Astilleros de Sevilla shipyard in Spain on 29 January 2007. In June of the same year the build contract of the vessel was sold to the Spanish investment bank Basalease SA, who would charter the vessel to Viking Line when completed.[1] Construction of the Viking ADCC begun on 18 December 2007.[10] The keel of the vessel was laid on 6 May 2008.[3] Naming During the summer months of 2008, a competition for naming the ship was held.[3] Since the ship was never delivered to Viking Line, the winner of the contest and the final name of the ship was never published. Service history None. The half built hull remains at the shipyard with an uncertain future. Design Many of the interior features of the Viking ADCC were suggested by the public in a competition organised by Viking Line.[10] Interiors of the ship have been designed by Tillberg Design, a company that also designed the interiors of the 2008-built MS Viking XPRS. Onboard facilities was to include two restaurants, a two-deck high cafeteria, dance bar and conference rooms. Like the Viking XPRS, the Viking ADCC was designed with separate decks for freight and passenger cars.[3] References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Asklander, Micke. "M/S Viking Newbuilding (2009)" (in Swedish). Fakta om Fartyg. http://www.faktaomfartyg.se/viking_newbuilding_2007.htm. Retrieved 2008-05-07.  ^ Dahlblom, Patrik (2008-08-27). "Vikings ADCC blir försenad" (in Swedish). Nya Åland. http://www.nyan.ax/nyheter/?news_id=36003&news_instance=2. Retrieved 2008-08-29.  ^ a b c d e "Keel laying ceremony for fast-moving passenger ferry Viking ADCC". Viking Line press release. Viking Line. 2007-05-06. http://www.vikingline.fi/about/press_releases/pressrelease_080506_adcc_keel.asp. Retrieved 2008-05-07.  ^ "M/S Viking ADCC". Viking Line. http://www.vikingline.fi/onboard/viking_adcc/. Retrieved 2008-05-07.  ^ a b "Viking Line orders new vessel". Viking Line press release. Viking Line. 2007-01-30. http://www.vikingline.fi/about/press_releases/press_070130_adcc.asp. Retrieved 2008-05-01.  ^ Lönnqvist, Tanja (2009-06-16). "Därför blir nya Ålfen försenad" (in Swedish). Nya Åland. http://www.nyan.ax/nyheter/?news_id=46346&news_instance=2. Retrieved 2009-09-17.  ^ http://yle.fi/uutiset/talous_ja_politiikka/2010/02/viking_line_irtisanoo_vanhan_laivatilauksen_espanjasta_1426976.html ^ http://www.e24.ee/?id=221902 ^ http://www.alandstidningen.ax/article.con?iPage=1&id=21093 ^ a b "Construction work begins on fast-moving passenger ferry Viking ADCC". Viking Line press release. Viking Line. 2007-12-19. http://www.vikingline.fi/about/press_releases/pressrelease_071220_adcc_cutting.asp. Retrieved 2008-05-07.  External links (Finnish) Viking Line // Laivasivusto: Viking ADCC v · d · eViking Line ships Current fleet Viking XPRS  · Gabriella  · Viking Cinderella  · Isabella  · Amorella  · Mariella  · Rosella Former ships Ålandsfärjan  · Kalypso  · Athena  · Olympia  · Diana II  · Viking Sally  · Apollo III  · Turella  · Viking Saga  · Viking Song  · Viking 1  · Aurella  · Viking 5  · Marella  · Viking 4  · Viking 6  · Diana  · Kapella  · Viking 2  · Viking 3  · Apollo  · Ålandsfärjan  · Viking  · Visby  · Apollo  · Drotten  · Slite  · Panny  · Boge Ordered, never delivered Viking ADCC  · Europa  · Hansa Express Related articles Rederi Ab Vikinglinjen  · Rederi AB Slite  · SF Line  · Rederi Ab Sally This ferry article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e