Engine breakdown off Piraeus
The 'Apollon Hellas', carrying 455 passengers, 36 vehicles, two trucks and two motorbikes was disabled due to a mechanical damage of one of its two main engines at the entrance to the port of Piraeus on JJan 7, 2020, upon its arrival from Aegina. Two tugs were called to take it to the main port. The problem was caused by the power generators of the ship upon its scheduled arrival at 9 p.m. After the passengers were disembarked and the vehicles unloaded, the ship was detained until completion of repairs and submussion of a certificate of seaworthiness. The ship left Piraeus again on Jan 8 at 8.30 a.m. and berthed in Aegina at 9.45 a.m.
μηχανικη βλαβη σε 1 απο τις 2 μηχανες του πλοιου
στις 17.00 το απογευμα το πλοιο επαθε μηχανικη βλαβη σε 1 απο τις 2 μηχανες το πλοιο λεγεται απολλων ελλας εμεινε στο λεοντι μεχρι τις 12 τα μεσανυχτα και επεστρεψε πειραια
Passenger injured in fall on board
Upon arrival of the 'Apollon #Hellas' in Aegina on Oct 24, 2019, at noon, a 75-year-old passenger was injured at the right upper and lower limbs after falling down the ladder. Immediately first aid was provided by the ship's crew and the victim then transferred to the Aegina Health Center. A preliminary investigation is carried out by the Aegina Port Authority.Upload News