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CHAMPION JET 2 (ΤΣΑΜΠΙΟΝ ΤΖΕΤ 2)

-Sea Jets

Built in 1996 (age 28). Registered in Limassol. Current line: None (under refit in Chalkida)

 

The high speed ferry CHAMPION JET 2 was built in Australia in 1996, as the CONDOR EXPRESS for the French company Condor Ferries. She began her career on the Channel, on the Poole-Guernsey-Jersey line. In 1999 she was deployed on the Weymouth-Guernsey-Jersey line. In 2005, she was deployed on the Cherbourg-Poole line, under a partnership that was made between her company and Brittany Ferries. The following year she was deployed on the St Malo-Jersey-Guernsey-Poole line. In 2012 she again operated on the Cherbourg-Poole line under the partnership with Brittany Ferries, which was discontinued the following year. She returned to the St Malo-Jersey-Guernsey-Poole line in 2013. She was bought in 2015 by the Greek company Sea Jets, along with her sister ship, the CONDOR VITESSE, and the ships were renamed CHAMPION JET 2 and CHAMPION JET 1, respectively. The CHAMPION JET 2 was converted in Elefsina, and was deployed on the Piraeus-Mykonos-Naxos-Santorini line. In 2017, she was deployed on the Heraklion-Rethymnon-Santorini-Ios-Naxos-Paros-Mykonos line. In 2020 she was deployed on the Piraeus-Serifos-Sifnos-Milos line on the Western Cyclades. In 2022 she was inserted on the Piraeus-Paros-Naxos-Ios-Santorini line, before returning to the Piraeus-Serifos-Sifnos-Milos line in 2023.

 

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