A NEPITA is seen leaving Greece after a serious technical overhaul in Perama (scrubber). She has in the meanwhile arrived in Marseille, as the 8th ferry in Corsica Linea’s fleet. Instead of the planned crossings between Marseille and Algeria she will sail to Corsica, on the routes to Ajaccio and Bastia. The reason is Covid-19.
As from June 23, she will do 2 return crossings on Bastia, and two on Ajaccio.
As from mid-August she will operate 7 crossings on the Ajaccio route.
Formerly STENA SUPERFAST X, she is on a long-term charter from Stena RoRo. She will fly the French flag, with only French crew on board.
A Nepita, was named after Corsican marjoram, an endemic plant emblematic of island biodiversity.
(140 trucks and 100 cars / 1930 lane metres / 1200 pax / 173 cabins)