TELAMON (ΤΕΛΑΜΩΝ)

-Dimitrios P NE

Built in 2000 (age 21). Registered in Piraeus. Current line: Rion-Antirrion

The double-ended ferry TELAMON was built in 2000 in Greece, having been ordered by the Greek company Dimitrios P NE. She was the fourth double-ended ferry built in the history of the Greek coastal service. She began service on the Perama-Salamina line, being joined by her sister ship and fleetmate, the DIMITRIOS P, a few months later. She spent her first 15 seasons on the Perama-Salamina line, until she was sent for service on the Rion-Antirrion line in 2015. She returned to Perama-Salamina line in 2016. That same year, she was also briefly used as a floating bridge connecting Epirus with Lefkada, as the regular floating bridge (the AGIA MAVRA) was undergoing her refit. She performed that same role again in 2020. That same year she returned to the Rion-Antirion line.

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The TELAMON seen resting in Salamina (7/2019).

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The TELAMON seen resting in Salamina (7/2019).

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The TELAMON seen resting in Salamina (7/2019).

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The TELAMON docked in Salamina (7/2019).

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The TELAMON docked in Salamina (7/2019).

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