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AGAPITOS LINES

 

Once time known as “Agapitos Bros”, name which gave also origin to the “double A” mark on the funnels (Αδελθοι Aγαπιτου, which in Greek means “Agapitos Brothers”), in 1992 the Agapitos decided to “divorce”: Kostas and Ioannis established “Agapitos Express Ferries”, bringing to the new company the “Aigaion” and the “Express Olympia”, while Vassilis and Antonis Agapitos changed the company name to “Agapitos Lines”. The company had a great history below, serving also Rhodes via Crete, plus BrindisiGreece services until 1992, when Agapitos Brothers decided to separate their forces and “Agapitos Express Ferries” was born. From that year until 1995 served the lines Piraeus - Syros - Tinos - Myconos and Piraeus - Paros - Ikaria - Fourni - Samos with their two ferries “Golden Vergina” and “Naias II”, then, by acquiring three ships in four years, she started to serve also Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Anafi and other smaller islands of Cyclades. In November 1999 all Agapitos ships were bought by Minoan Flying Dolphins and company’s services ceased.

 

AGAPITOS LINES's datas

 

F/B Agapitos A. (1967-02)

F/B Aigaion (1976-92)

F/B Corfu Diamond (1986-88)

F/B Corfu Sea (1985-95)

F/B Express Olympia (1990-92)
F/B Golden Vergina (1988-99)
F/B Kyklades (1972-93)

F/B Naias Express (1995-99)

F/B Naias II (1989-99)

F/B Olympia (1987-90)

F/B Panagia Ekatontapiliani (1996-99)

F/B Super Naias (1996-99)

 

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Adriatica – Funnel of “Golden Vergina”, Photo © Antonios Lazaris

 

Agapitos Lines – Particular of ship name on “Golden Vergina”, Photo © Antonios Lazaris

 

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