Minoan Lines has announced 100% of its staff has been vaccinated against the coronavirus (Covid-19), and adding new air filtration systems.
Greece’s New Government Ramps Up Delayed Seaplane Network
The Greek government is about to retable plans for a network of seaplanes that would facilitate travel and transportation between the smaller Greek islands. According to the news, the framework of operation and new planning is going forward with streamlined licensing procedures to spur investors. Deputy Infrastructure and Transport Minister Yiannis Kefalogiannis met recently with Nicolas Charalambous, who […]
Greece Ferry Fares Are On the Rise Last Two Years
A rise in fuel prices has forced Greece’s coast shipping companies to raise prices. After over a decade of price stability, fares on Ferries according to Mihalis Sakellis, chairman of the Association of Passenger Ship Operators.
Aiolos Kenteris High Speed Ferry Auction Draws Zero Bids
In a first-ever “electronic” auction for the high-speed passenger ferry “Aiolos Kenteris” the vessel received zero bids on a minimum price set at €6.5 million. Another auction is expected soon.
Marlink & Stena Line Hook Up on Connectivity
A northwest Europe leading ferry operator, Stena Line engaged Marlink to upgrade 27 ferries in Scandinavian, Irish Sea and North Sea operation with the latest VSAT services and technology. The move will reportedly increase connectivity bandwidth for business, crew and passenger needs.
Scandinavia’s Stena Line – First Wind Powered Ferry
Stena Line, one of the world’s largest ferry lines, has just initiated what may be game changing innovation. The Scandinavian transport and travel service announced their equipping the world’s first passenger ferry equipped with wind turbine technology.