Accident in Loutraki
The 'Proteus' upon its arrival at the port of Loutraki, Skopelos Island ran aground on July 10, 2020, at 3.53 p.m. The vessel was able to refloat unassisted and moored safely. The captain informed the port authority that the vessel had experienced electrical damage. 96 passengers and 43 vehicles were safely disembarked at Loutraki. and 49 passengers and 12 vehicles waiting to board at Loutraki, were forwarded to their destinations by another ferry. The Port Authority detained the 'Proteus' in port until the damage was repaired and a class maintenance certificate issued.
Passenger died on board
On May 5, 2020, at noon today, the Skopelos Port Authority was informed by the captain of the 'Proteus' that an 87-year-old passenger of the ship felt intense discomfort and needed medical attention. After the arrival of the ship in the port of Loutraki, Skopelos, a doctor attended, and the woman was picked up by an ambulance and taken to the Skopelos Health Center, where she was pronounced dead.
Repairs in Ampelakia
The 'Portus' was under repairs at the Spanopoulos yard in Ambelakia since Jan 10. The ferry was expected to return to operation on Jan 16.Upload News