The Agoudimos Lines Ferries, headquartered in Brindisi, Italy, operated voyages from the Italian port of Bari across the Adriatic Sea to Greece and Albania. The main destinations were the Greek ports of the Ionian Islands – Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, continental Igoumenitsa and Patras, in Albania – the port of Durres. The company's ferries were quite comfortable – there were cabins of various classes, restaurants, bars on board.
The company's ferries were quite comfortable – there were cabins of various classes, restaurants, bars.
The company positioned itself as a partner of the railroads, Eurail / Interail card holders were given great discounts on the crossing – for a ferry ticket they only had to pay 20% of the list price plus port charges.
The company's other feature was the company's ability to offer a comfortable ferry.
The company's second feature – benefits for camper and residential trailers. Drivers and passengers could stay inside the camper during the crossing, although passengers had to leave the cab of the vehicle before the camper could be loaded onto the ferry.
The company's ferry trips are currently not on the departure schedules.
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