AGIOS SPIRIDON (ΑΓΙΟΣ ΣΠΥΡΙΔΩΝ)

-Kerkyra Seaways

Built in 2001 (age 20). Registered in Piraeus. Current line: Igoumenitsa-Corfu-Paxoi

The ferry AGIOS SPIRIDON was built in Greece in 2001 for the Thassos-based company ANETH Ferries. Initially known as the THASSOS VI, she was deployed on the Kavala-Thassos line. After three successful years, she was converted from a landing craft to a conventional ferry in Perama in 2004, and subsequently returned to Kavala-Thassos line. She grounded off in Thassos in 2012, but was quickly repaired and returned to service. In 2015 she was sold to Corfu-based company S&L Ferries, being traded for the AGIOS PANTELEIMON which joined ANETH Ferries. The THASSOS VI was renamed AGIOS SPIRIDON and began operating under the North West Ferries I brandname on the Igoumenitsa-Corfu-Paxoi line, where she remains today. Her company was rebranded as Kerkyra Seaways in 2019. Since 2018 she operates for the joint venture Corfu Ferries, which includes her company and Gerontakis Shipping.

 

PHOTOS (2018): 

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON departing the port of Igoumenitsa (8/2018).

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON departing the port of Igoumenitsa (8/2018).

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON departing the port of Igoumenitsa (8/2018).

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON leaving Igoumenitsa for Corfu (8/2018).

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON leaving Igoumenitsa for Corfu (8/2018).

AGIOS SPIRIDON
AGIOS SPIRIDON

The AGIOS SPIRIDON heading from Igoumenitsa to Corfu during the evening (8/2018).