Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferries

Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferry

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Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferries (HML Ferries) operated services between the Italian port of Brindisi, mainland Greece (Patras, Igoumenitsa) and the Greek Islands of Corfu, Paxi, Kefalonia (Cefalonia) and Zante.

Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Ferries have now become Endeavor Lines; however they still operate the same crossing services. In the Adriatic Sea, the first newly built passenger ferryboat (built in the year 1960), following an order by the Greek National Tourism Organisation, was the ship Egnatia owned by Hellinic Ferries, which operated the Patras to Igoumenitsa route.


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