Anek Lines’ Kriti I Back In Greece After GNV Charter

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Last week, Anek Line’s KRITI I left Civitavecchia and returned to Piraeus as her time charter to the Italian GNV expired. The ship had been chartered by the Italian ferry operator since March 2017 and operated on the Civitavecchia (Lazio) – Termine Immerse (North Sicily) line.

KRITI I may have been accused of being an old ship in previous years, but it turned out to be a very successful ship, due her low operational costs and large garage capacity. She will be replaced by the French ropax GIROLATA.

KRITI I will get a two-month refit in Perama repair. She is expected to serve the Piraeus-Crete run for the season of 2020.

Color Line And Kombiverkehr Offer Intermodal Solution

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Color Line has established an intermodal transport solution, with ships from Oslo to Kiel and trains to Verona in Italy.

This is done in cooperation with the German company Kombiverkehr.

Color Line can also offer space on Kombiverkehr trains to hubs such as Vienna, Nuremberg, Cologne, Duisburg, Ludwigshafen, Munich and Basel.

The Norwegian ferry company says the solution is more environmentally friendly and cost-effective compared to transport using the European motorway network.

Roro COLOR CARRIER and the two cruise ferries COLOR FANTASY and COLOR MAGIC can carry about 80,000 trailers annually on the route between Oslo and Kiel.