ARIS III (ΑΡΗΣ ΙΙΙ)

-Psomas Shipping (2010-2019)

current I MADDALENA for Delcomar

Built in 2010 (age 11). Registered in Piraeus. Current line: None in ​Greece, sold to Delcomar for service in Italy

The double-ended ferry ARIS III was built in Greece in 2010 for Psomas Shipping, replacing the company's previous ship, the ARIS II, which had been sold to Croatian company Rapska Plovidba. She was deployed on the Oropos-Eretria line, connecting mainland Greece with Evoia through the South Evoian Gulf. She was deployed on the Perama-Salamina line in 2015, and stayed there for two summers. In 2017 she returned to the Oropos-Eretria line. In 2019 she was sold to Italian company Delcomar, as her company ordered a new double-ended ferry, the ARIS IV, which is due to be built in 2020. After being converted in Perama, she was renamed I MADDALENA and sailed to Italy. She began service on the Palau-La Maddalena line in 2020.

PHOTOS (2018):

ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading towards Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading towards Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading towards Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading from Eretria to Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading from Eretria to Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III seen heading from Eretria to Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III en route towards Oropos (7/2018).

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ARIS III

The ARIS III heading towards Eretria (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III heading towards Eretria (7/2018)

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III heading towards Eretria (7/2018)

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III en route towards Eretria (7/2018).

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ARIS III
ARIS III

The ARIS III en route towards Eretria (7/2018), in what turned out to be her last season in Greece as she was sold the following year to Italian company Delcomar.

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