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Σάββατο, 28 Μαρτίου 2009

ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΟ ΤΟΥ ΦΕΡΥ ΠΡΕΒΕΛΗΣ


































φωτογραφιες απο την αφιξη

του φερυ μποουτ στο πειραια

και ΤΗΝ μετασκευη του στα

ναυπηγεια Περαματος
Ship Preveli (1994) ΠΡΕΒΕΛH
Building Spec.
Imabari Zosen, Imabari, Japan, 1980 – N° 396
Call Sign SYDL
IMO Number 8020927
GRT 15.354 DWT 5.300
Dimensions
142,47 x 23,50 x 5,52 Engines 2 Ishikawajima-Pielstick 12PC2 – 5V 11.750 kW Speed 18,5 knots (20 max) Passengers 1.500 Beds 650 Cars 450 Lane Metres 650 Registry Port Rethimnon Flag Greek
Former Names/Own. Ferry Orange No 2 – Shikoku Kaihatsu Ferry 1980-94
New Names/Own. Prevelis – Anek Lines 2000à Line
Delivered on December 1980, the “Ferry Orange” was part of a four-vessel service linking the two busiest Japanese ports, Osaka and Tokyo. Was built by Rethimniaky N.E. in 1994, aiming to offer a daily service between Piraeus and Rethimnon. Named “Preveli” after the well known Preveli Monastery, near to the river Preveli on Crete island, which was headquarter of the first Greek School (1831) and centre of many revolutionary events during the 1866 Revolution against the Turkish occupation. The ferry which arrives at Rethimnon in 1994 was clearly a freighter; anyway she departed for Perama, where she was converted in the last true Greek cruise-ferry, under the project of Arminio Lozzi, an Italian architect not known as De Jorio is, but very appreciated in Greece, where he designed various rebuildings of cruise-ships during 80’s and 90’s. Finally deployed between Piraeus and Rethimnon, was very appreciated, due to her internal spaces and her on board services. Her career in Cretan Ferries colours goes on till 2000, when she was repainted in ANEK colours, the new owners of the Rethimnon-based company.
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