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Θέμα: Τοπικά πλοία της Θεσσαλονίκης [Local Ships of Thessaloniki]

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    Προεπιλογή Τοπικά πλοία της Θεσσαλονίκης [Local Ships of Thessaloniki]

    Immediately after the liberation of Thessaloniki, smaller coastal shipping companies were established to serve areas around the city and the prefecture (nomos). I am summarizing below a few of them, all from ads in Makedonia, Thessaloniki's prominent newspaper.

    It must be noted (as it will be presented in other threads) that numerous nationally-known passenger ships were serving Thessaloniki and connecting her with Piraeus, Volos, Mytilene, Chios, Crete, Patras and even Corfu. They included Alkmini, Chios, Neilos, Popi and many others. Just to see the diversity of travel from Northern Greece in those days, please look at teh schedule of June 13, 1925 from Thessaloniki.

    19250613 Makedonia.jpg

    More on the ships individual entries...
    Τελευταία επεξεργασία από το χρήστη Nicholas Peppas : 22-04-2009 στις 05:03

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    Προεπιλογή Atalante

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    Immediately after the liberation of Thessaloniki, smaller coastal shipping companies were established to serve areas around the city and the prefecture (nomos). I am summarizing below a few of them, all from ads in Makedonia, Thessaloniki's prominent newspaper.
    Atalante was a small ship (460 tons) doing the most unusual routes!

    --- First Thessaloniki, Paralia Katerinis and Paralia Litohorou!

    --- Then, evening excursions all the way to Epanomi!

    I have no technical information but I am told by an old Thessalonikian that these ships were no more than 200 tons.

    The ship belonged to the important sounding Aktoploïa Halkidikis!. Here is an ad from August 12, 1925

    19250812 Atalante.jpg
    Τελευταία επεξεργασία από το χρήστη Nicholas Peppas : 21-10-2009 στις 22:52

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    Προεπιλογή Panagis

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    Immediately after the liberation of Thessaloniki, smaller coastal shipping companies were established to serve areas around the city and the prefecture (nomos). I am summarizing below a few of them, all from ads in Makedonia, Thessaloniki's prominent newspaper.
    Panagis was another small ship doing the route to Halkidiki and up to Kavala! Here is an ad from July 23, 1932

    Does anyone have any information about this one?

    19320723 Panagis.jpg

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    Προεπιλογή

    A very important book that will shed light on the ships of Thermaikos is discussed below http://news.pathfinder.gr/photoscope...news/6654.html

    This is a nice academic thesis by Alexandros Dagkas which sheds light to the "smaller" Thermaikos ships in the 20th century. It can be found in http://users.auth.gr/~adagkas/texts/2Contribution1.pdf

    It mentions the following things about the smaller Thermaikos Line of our well known shipowner Hatzikonstantis (who owned Kafireus and Dafni among other ships).

    Thessaloniki passenger ships.jpg

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    Προεπιλογή

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    This is a nice academic thesis by Alexandros Dagkas which sheds light to the "smaller" Thermaikos ships in the 20th century. It can be found in users.auth.gr/~adagkas/texts/2Contribution1.pdf

    It mentions the following things about the smaller Thermaikos Line of our well known shipowner Hatzikonstantis (who owned Kafireus and Dafni among other ships).

    Thessaloniki passenger ships.jpg
    Here is another announcement from July 20, 1916 announcing a passenger service by Hatzikonstantis ships from .... Katerini to Thessaloniki! Incredible yes, but do not forget that we are close to the split of the country with the Governments of Athens (King Constantine I and his prime ministers) and Thessaloniki (Ethniki Amyna and Venizelos) and the virtual interference of France and England in our life... So, these services were the only way to go from Athens to Thessaloniki if you had a business!

    19160720 Hatzik KateriniThess.jpg

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    Προεπιλογή

    Here is a rather funny discussion of trips by Frixos and Panagis to Peraia and Nea Mihaniona! The date is August 13, 1932

    19320813 Frixos Panagis.jpg

    More news about Panagis from August 14, 1932

    19320814 Frixos.jpg

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    Προεπιλογή Panaghia in Thessaloniki: A mystery

    Here is an ad from August 7, 1932 that will create some confusion....

    Panaghia going from Thessaloniki to Nea Mihaniona!

    19320807 Panagia.jpg

    But which Panaghia is this? The ad says it is a fast "yacht". And Lloyd Register does have a yacht, a 294-ton yacht, belonging to Kymaiki Atmoploia in 1931 and to N. Pappas in 1932 (but not later)! Surprise! Her previous name was Joyeuse and she had a length of 144.3 ft and width of 22.1 ft.

    Panaghia.jpg
    Panaghia 1932.jpg

    The problem is of course that Lloyd lists another (?) Panaghia of slightly different size built in 1898 as well..

    Panaghia1898273View details Panaghia1898294View details
    And of course she is also Joyeuse

    Name Year of Build Gross Tonnage Year of change to this name Joyeuse1898273
    Joyense1898273
    Panaghia1898273
    Athina S.1898273
    Athina 8.1898294


    but is listed as Athena S. of N Pappas in 1932, Of course N. Pappas is the Aktoploia Pagasitikou

    Athena S.jpg

    And we already discussed her here http://www.nautilia.gr/forum/showthr...light=athena+S
    Ath.jpg


    You go figure this one!!
    Τελευταία επεξεργασία από το χρήστη Nicholas Peppas : 13-09-2009 στις 01:11

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    Προεπιλογή Local boats in Thessaloniki

    In a scientific meeting brochure I received today from Thessaloniki there is a nice photo of an old boat that was doing local trips in Thermaikos Gulf. Although it has letters superimposed on it, I think it is worth posting

    Th.jpg

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    Προεπιλογή Minotauros

    For the small ship Minotauros, see http://www.nautilia.gr/forum/showthr...915#post255915
    Active in the 1920s

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    Προεπιλογή Μαρια Μοσχονησιωτισα Maria Moschonissiotissa

    Μαρια Μοσχονησιωτισσα

    Αφου το βρηκαμε γιατι να μη το παρουσιασουμε... Βενζινοπλοιο απο την Θεσσαλονικη στην Αλεξανδρουπολη! 23 Μαιου 1923!

    Since we fiound it, why not present it? Maria Moschonissiotissa, a motorship going from Thessaloniki to Alexandroupolis with passengers! May 23, 1923!


    19230523 Maria Moschon.jpg
    Τελευταία επεξεργασία από το χρήστη Nicholas Peppas : 08-11-2009 στις 00:03

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