New Vessel

What will our new vessel be called? Voice your preference today

We are pleased to provide you with an opportunity to voice your preference for the name of our new vessel, which is due to arrive in spring 2023.

The new vessel will take a traditional Isle of Man Steam Packet Company name, ensuring a key piece of our 190-year history forms part of our newest chapter.

After a lot of deliberation, we have shortlisted four traditional names which we believe will evoke fond memories and be a good fit for the new purpose-built vessel, each for their own reasons.

The four shortlisted names which are being considered are:

  • Manxman
  • Mona’s Isle
  • Manx Maid
  • King Orry

For more information on the shortlisted names, you can read our blog, which delves into their history and significance.
 
Please let us know which is your favourite by completing the form below!

You will have until 12:00 noon on Monday 30th November 2020 to submit your favourite name. We are interested in the opinions of members of the public and hope you will take the time to express your views, all of which will be taken into consideration when making the final decision.

How to submit your preference

Please fill out the following form and select your preference from the multiple choice question.

Note: Only one entry can be submitted per person/email address. If you're having difficulty submitting your preference on a mobile device, please ensure that: 1) Your email address is in lowercase and 2) There isn't a space after the email address.

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ManxmanMona's IsleManx MaidKing Orry

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