Images of Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos

Images of Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ Entering the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos
Pass./ Car Ferry of 2,210 Passengers, built in 1988

VESSEL IDENTIFICATION & DESCRIPTION: Ex-names are Ionian Queen, Ionian Glory, New Akashia. Call Sign SVAI7, IMO Number 8712635, Hull Number 2972, Vessel was rebuilt or converted in 2016. Built at I.H.I. (Kure) delivered in Jul 1988, Greece Flagged, HR, RINA Classed, Length Overall of 192.91 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 181.00 m., Draught of 6.78 m., Moulded Depth of 9.00 m.,, Beam of 29.40 m., Gross Tonnage of 30,435, Tonnage of 10,591 International Net, 12,100 Light Displacement and 7,502 Dwt (long). Pielstick Engine, Speed of 20.50 kts, Heavy Fuel Oil (IFO 380), Horsepower of 23,760, Power Type: Diesel 4-Stroke.

VESSEL’S OWNERS & MANAGERS: Hellenic Seaways, Piraeus, Greece. Hellenic Seaways is a group company of Attica Group.
Technical Manager: Hellenic Seaways, Piraeus, Greece. Operator: Hellenic Seaways, Piraeus, Greece. Registered Owner: Hellenic Seaways Maritime S.A.

COMMERCIAL DETAILS: Vehicle Capacity of 750 Cars, Lane Length of 1,860.00 m., 1 Stern Ramp(s), 1 Stern Ramp(s). Total number of Passengers 2,210, 108 Passenger Cabins, 376 Passenger Berths, 75 Crew.

ENGINE & POWER DETAILS:
MAIN ENGINE: 2 x Diesel – Pielstick 8PC4 – 4-stroke 8-cyl. 570mm x620mm bore/stroke 17,475mkW total at 375rpm.
PROPULSION: 2 x CP Propeller (Aft) (mechanical).
POS, PROPULSOR: 1 x Pos, Tunnel Thruster (Fwd.) (electric) AC.
OTHER ENGINE EQUIPMENT: 2 x Screw Shaft.

SALE & PURCHASE HISTORY: Reportedly sold to Greek interests in October 2004 for Undisclosed m. Reported sold to Clients of GA Ferries in November 2004 as part of a enbloc sale. Reportedly sold to Clients of Hellenic Seaways in December 2015 for EUR 3 million.

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. The old castle of Mytilene stands majestically on the hill to the right. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. The old castle of Mytilene stands majestically on the hill to the right. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. The old castle of Mytilene stands majestically on the hill to the right. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ (2,200 passengers, 750 vehicles, 1,860 meter lane, built in 1988 at I.H.I. (Kure), Japan, docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ (2,200 passengers, 750 vehicles, 1,860 meter lane, built in 1988 at I.H.I. (Kure), Japan, docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ (2,200 passengers, 750 vehicles, 1,860 meter lane, built in 1988 at I.H.I. (Kure), Japan, docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ (2,200 passengers, 750 vehicles, 1,860 meter lane, built in 1988 at I.H.I. (Kure), Japan, docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ (2,200 passengers, 750 vehicles, 1,860 meter lane, built in 1988 at I.H.I. (Kure), Japan, docking in the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Name plate of Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ in the autumn Aegean sun! Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ appearing from the deep blue of the Aegean Sea as she approaches the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ appearing from the deep blue of the Aegean Sea as she approaches the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Ferry MV ‘Nissos Samos’ appearing from the deep blue of the Aegean Sea as she approaches the Port of Mytilene, Lesbos, in the North Aegean. Image credit: Karatzas Image

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Images of MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ Departing New York Harbor

Images of MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ Photographed Against the Lower Manhattan Skyline
Containership/Ro-Ro Vessel (ConRo) 3,800-Teu, 5,270 Lane m. built in 2017

VESSEL IDENTIFICATION & DESCRIPTION: Launch Name was Atlantic Sky. Call Sign 2JOM5, IMO Number 9670602. Built at Hudong Zhonghua, United Kingdom Flagged, ABS, RINA Classed, Ice Strengthened IC Class, Length Overall of 296.00 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 287.00 m., Draught of 11.50 m., Moulded Depth of 22.95 m., Beam of 37.60 m., Gross Tonnage of 100,430, Tonnage of 30,295 International Net and 54,946 Dwt (long). Knud E Hansen RoCon 1300C/3800TEU (G4 Class), WinGD Engine, Speed of 18.00 kts at 70.00 tonnes per day, Heavy Fuel Oil, Horsepower of 29,912.

VESSEL’S OWNERS / MANAGERS: Atlantic Container Line, United States. Atlantic Container Line is a subsidiary of Grimaldi Group.

CARGO HANDLING DETAILS: Teu Capacities of 3,800 Teu and 400 Reefer, Maximum TEU of 1,032 in holds and 2,777 on deck, Vehicle Capacity of 1,307 Cars, 7 Vehicle Decks, Lane Length of 5,270.00 m., 1 Stern Ramp(s). Crew complement of 43 people.

MAIN ENGINE & AUXILLIARIES: 1 x Diesel – WinGD 8RT-flex68D – 2-stroke 8-cyl. 680mm x2720mm bore/stroke 22,000mkW total at 95rpm.  2 x Aux. Diesel Gen – 4-stroke driving 2 x AC generator(s) at 3,980ekW total, (4,975kVA total), 2 x Aux. Diesel Gen – 4-stroke driving 2 x AC generator(s) at 5,270ekW total, (6,587.50kVA total).

PROPULSOR & POSITIONING: 1 x FP Propeller (Aft) (mechanical). 2 x Pos, Tunnel Thruster (Fwd.) (electric) at 3,500ekW total, 1 x Pos, Tunnel Thruster (Aft) (electric) at 1,750ekW total AC.

SALE & PURCHASE HISTORY: Reported newbuilding contract price of US$ 85 million (August 2012.)

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

 

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty and the Lower Manhattan in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan and the new World Trade Center tower in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Statue of Liberty in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here with the Lower Manhattan skyline and One World Trade Center in the background. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil. Detail of the superstructure amidships with the company logo; the distinctive containers guides can be seen. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here approaching the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here under the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. Image credit: Karatzas Images

Rare type of vessel (“ConRo” as a combination of containership and RoRo vessel), MV ‘Atlantic Sky’ built in 2017 at a reported cost of $85 mil, seen here under the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge with post-panamax containership MV ‘VMA CGM Loire’ inbound. Image credit: Karatzas Images

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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

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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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IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS:  Vessel description is provided in good faith and is believed to be correct and accurate but no assurances, warranties or representations are made herewith. Vessel description is provided for entertainment  purposes only. We have no responsibility whatsoever for any errors / omissions in vessel description.

Access to this blog signifies the reader’s irrevocable acceptance of this disclaimer. No part of this blog can be reproduced by any means and under any circumstances, whatsoever, in whole or in part, without proper attribution or the consent of the copyright and trademark holders of this website. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that information herewithin has been received from sources believed to be reliable and such information is believed to be accurate at the time of publishing, no warranties or assurances whatsoever are made in reference to accuracy or completeness of said information, and no liability whatsoever will be accepted for taking or failing to take any action upon any information contained in any part of this website.  Thank you for the consideration.

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Images of Ro-Ro MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering Port of Piraeus

Images of Ro-Ro Vesel MV ‘Pelagitis’ (Ex-name: Atlantic Freighter)
1,650 Lane m. Ro-Ro Built 1978

VESSEL DETAILS: Ex-names are Atlantic Freighter, Stena Grecia, Merzario Grecia, Tor Felicia. Call Sign SVBC8, IMO Number 7528611. Built at Hyundai HI (Ulsan), Greece Flagged, HR Classed, Ice Strengthened A Class, Length Overall of 154.00 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 143.00 m., Draught of 7.30 m., Beam of 21.65 m., Gross Tonnage of 13,00, Tonnage of 3,995 International Net and 8,524 Dwt (long).

OWNER / MANAGER DETAILS: Ainaftis Shipping Co., Greece.

CARGO HANDLING DETAILS: Bale Capacity of 23,400 cu.m., Total Teu capacity of 562, 75 Trailers, 2 Vehicle Decks, Lane Length of 1,650.00 m., 1 Quarter Ramp(s) with a Length of 16.80 m., a width of 12.30 m. and a maximum load of 90 tonnes. clear deck height of 5.35 m., 2 deck(s), ratio of dwt per TEU

MAIN ENGINE:  2 x Diesel – Pielstick 12PC2.5 – 4-stroke 12-cyl. 400mm x460mm bore/stroke 11,470mkW total at 520rpm. Speed of 16.00 kts at 38.00 tonnes per day, Heavy Fuel Oil, Horsepower of 15595HP.


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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Fighting for pole position with feeder containership MV ‘MSC Isabelle’ and car carrier MV ‘Neptune Galene’. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Starboard bow detail. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Starboard stern detail. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Starboard bow detail. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Starboard stern detail. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. Karatzas Images

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Vintage Ro-Ro vessel MV ‘Pelagitis’ entering the Port of Piraeus. At the dock, letting the trailers out. Karatzas Images


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