Attica Group, a member of the Marfin Investment Group, announced the receipt of the newly built catamaran Aero 2 Highspeed, which was built at the Brødrene Aa shipyards in Norway.
According to the relevant announcement of the company, the Aero 2 Highspeed is the second of the order of three state-of-the-art Aero Catamaran type ships, which will be launched on the lines of the Saronic Gulf, replacing the Group’s older technology ships in the specific destinations.
The total cost of the investment amounts to 21 million euros and will be covered by equity and bank lending.
The new, state-of-the-art and modern aesthetic ships have been designed with innovative features that fully upgrade the services offered, providing the over 3 million passengers who travel annually on the Argosaronikos lines, a new and unique travel experience. With their launch, the transport capacity for the destinations of the Saronic Gulf will increase, thus creating the conditions for the further economic development of the islands and the local communities.
The ship has a maximum speed of 32.2 knots with full load, total length of 36 meters, width of 9.7 meters and carrying capacity of 150 passengers, while its interior layout and innovative design in general aims to offer the passenger a high level of comfort and services. .
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