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The Sunnan II, with its old traditions, is a ship originally meant for lake traffic. She was built in one of the most famous shipbuilding yards of that time in Varkaus. She was named the Imatra II and sailed as a steamship by this name until 1985. In 1985 the steam engine was replaced by a diesel engine. In the winter 1992 the ship was bought by the restaurant company Shiprest Lenator Ltd.

The splendid and casually appointed ship now then got its name The Sunnan II. The ship is today fitted out for cruises and restaurant service. The passenger limit is 100 persons. The Sunnan II is 26 m long, 6,5 m wide and has a weight of 150 tons. A 430 hp diesel engine gives the ship a cruising speed of 10 knots. Dining rooms for 50 and 20 persons, cabinet for 20 persons and a bar for 40 persons. 5 cabins for the passengers.