"Lissos" from Anek Lines

"Lissos" from Anek Lines


Athens, Greece (GR)
The name "Lissos" is derived from the ancient harbor of Lissos where once there were natural mineral water springs. An Aesculapio can be found there, a Doric temple dedicated to the ancient god Aesculapius. In it's heyday Lissos was such a wealthy city, that it use to manufacture its own gold coins. Today this vessel is dedicated to its rich history.

The F/B Lissos can transport 1,900 passengers and 600 vehicles. Built in the MIHARA Shipyards and completley retrofitted in 1989.
The name "Lissos" is derived from the ancient harbor of Lissos where once there were natural mineral water springs. An Aesculapio can be found there, a Doric temple dedicated to the ancient god Aesculapius. In it's heyday Lissos was such a wealthy city, that it use to manufacture its own gold coins. Today this vessel is dedicated to its rich history.

The F/B Lissos can transport 1,900 passengers and 600 vehicles. Built in the MIHARA Shipyards and completley retrofitted in 1989.
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Links: www.anek.gr
By: DonMartini

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