Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Aethalia

Aethalia ferry, IMO: 8706739, port of Livorno
With both her ramps opens, you can literally see through the “Aethalia” ferry...
Aethalia ferry, IMO: 8706739, port of Livorno
“Aethalia” comes from the Ancient Greek name (Αἰθαλία) for the Elba island. (Photos taken last March)

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12 comments:

Revrunner said...

So that's how Napolean got to Elba.

Jack said...

Ferries are much more common in Italy and other Mediterranean places than in the parts of the USA where I have lived.

Randy said...

I wonder how many cars it can hold.

Dina said...

That is an awesome photo!
Makes me rethink my conception of "ship."

Merisi said...

Oh, wait, they left without me! ;-)

Great perspective in that first image.

Gunn said...

Big happy mouth!:)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

amazing design, It is indeed like a gaping mouth, well shown here VP.

Virginia said...

Don't think I"ve ever been on a ferry. Love your shots.
V

Karl Demetz said...

The last time I took a ferry from Portoferraio to Corsica I got seasick...
Your first photo is impressive!

Arianna said...

Vedo che Toremar ha cambiato colore, un tempo era blu. Ciao, Arianna

JM said...

Amazing how it opens!

Traveling Hawk said...

Interesting ethimology.