Images of heavily smoking ferry MV ‘KRITI I’ departing the Port of Piraeus

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ (Ex-name: New Suzuran) in smoky cloud nine
1,800 Passengers Pass./Car Ferry Built 1979

VESSEL DESCRIPTION: Ex-name is New Suzuran. Call Sign SZRD, IMO Number 7814046, Vessel was rebuilt or converted in 1996. Built at Koyo Dock K.K., Greece Flagged, RINA Classed, Moulded Depth of 9.00 m., Tonnage of 10,230 International Net and 5,310 Dwt (long). Length Overall of 191.80 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 181.00 m., Draught of 6.75 m., Beam of 29.40 m., Gross Tonnage of 27,240, MAN Engine, Speed of 22.50 kts, Horsepower of 32,000 HP.

VESSEL OWNERS / MANAGERS DETAILS: Anek Lines, Greece. E-mail Address: customerservice@anek.gr Website: http://www.anek.gr

CARGO HANDLING DETAILS: Vehicle Capacity of 850 Cars, Lane Length of 1,700.00 m., 1 Stern Ramp(s), 2 Stern Ramp(s). Total number of Passengers 1,800.

MAIN ENGINE: 2 x Diesel – MAN 16V52/55A – 4-stroke 16-cyl. 520mm x550mm bore/stroke 23,536mkW total at 450rpm.


MV KRITI I 1 BMK_7104 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 2 BMK_7120 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 3 BMK_7147 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 4 BMK_7151 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 5 BMK_7182 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 6 BMK_7231 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 7 BMK_7248 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 8 BMK_7261 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 9 BMK_7272 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 10 BMK_7308 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 11 BMK_7338 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 12 BMK_7350 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 13 BMK_7382 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images

MV KRITI I 14 BMK_7402 @

Ferry MV ‘Kriti I’ departs the Port of Piraeus on a lovely summer evening under a thick cloud of smoke. To contact the shipowner, Anek Lines, with any suggestions, please click here. To contact the (Greek) Hellenic Coast Guard with any inquiries, such as when latest the vessel passed Port State Control (PSC) inspection, please click here! (Sorry, Hellenic Coast Guard website was available ONLY in Greek as of August 12th, 2016). For a dream-shot of the vessel from the shipowner’s website, please click here (and please do make your own comparison with real life, dear reader). Image credit: Karatzas Images


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