AGIA BARBARA (ΑΓΙΑ ΒΑΡΒΑΡΑ)

-Karnesis-Lalousis NE

Built in 1996 (age 26). Registered in Piraeus. Current line: Perama-Salamina

The double-ended ferry AGIA BARBARA was built in 1996 in Greece, having been ordered by the company Karnesis-Lalousis NE. She was initially built as a landing craft, and began service on the Perama-Salamina line. In 2003 she underwent a major conversion in Salamina, whereupon she was transformed into a double-ended ferry, thus making her the first-ever landing craft to perform such a conversion. She was subsequently deployed on the Rion-Antirrion line, where she remained until 2004. In 2005 she returned to the Perama-Salamina line, where she went on to stay until 2012. She returned to the Rion-Antirrion line in 2013, while in 2014 she was once again sent to the Perama-Salamina line. In 2016 she made another return to the Rion-Antirrion line, before heading back to the Perama-Salamina line the following year. In 2019 she was inserted on the Arkitsa-Aidipsos line on the North Evoian Gulf, while in 2020 she made a comeback to the Rion-Antirrion line. She was reinserted on the Perama-Salamina line in 2021.

PHOTOS (2021):

AGIA BARBARA
AGIA BARBARA

The AGIA BARBARA seen resting in Salamina (8/2021).

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AGIA BARBARA
AGIA BARBARA

The AGIA BARBARA seen resting in Salamina (8/2021).

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