Algérie Ferries decides not to charter the Italian ferry CAMOMILLA

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Algérie Ferries made public the decision not to charter the vessel CAMOMILLA recently sold by Corsica Ferries to the new company Flipper Lines, controlled by Saimja Shpk.

For the 2023 summer season, the Algerian national maritime passenger transport company decided to strengthen its programme of crossings with new routes departing from Italy, Spain and France. New routes have been opened, offering Algerian travellers a wide choice of destinations.

“In view of the impossibility of chartering the CAMOMILLA, Algeria Ferries reassures its customers that the ships in its fleet are ready to ensure the best possible operation of its crossings” a press release from the company said.

In order to meet the growing demand from its passengers, the Algerian national shipping company informs that “all the human and material resources will be made available to its passengers to ensure the smooth running of all its voyages during the 2023 summer season”.

Corsica Victoria sold to start-up

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The 50-year-old CORSICA VICTORIA has been sold by Corsica Ferries to a new-start company, Flipper Lines.  She has been renamed CAMOMILLA.

The buyer is 55% owned by Saimja Shpk, 30% by Maria Grazia La Sorte and 15% by Hitaj Esmeralda.
CORSICA VICTORIA has been moored in the port of Leghorn since last summer but is expected to sail for Brindisi in the coming days.  She will be deployed on the Brindisi (Italy) – Vlora (Albania) service.

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