When ferries recommence this season they will run with severely restricted numbers (viable?0

 

For the operation of cabotage following the gradual lifting of the measures against coronavirus sent the Ministry of Marine and Island Policy in Passenger Shipping Companies Association, who in turn forwarded it to the companies.

For conventional ships, the maximum number of passengers is expected to reach up to 55% on a case-by-case basis, while on high-speed ships 50%.

In particular: The maximum number of conventional passenger ships that do not have cabins for passengers is equal to 50% of the maximum number specified by applicable law for both indoor and outdoor use.

The maximum number of conventional passenger ships with passenger cabins is equal to 55% of the maximum number set by applicable law for both indoor and outdoor use.

In the seats The distribution of seats will be such that the seat is marked for occupation and seats restricted in all directions and special marking on where the passenger is allowed to sit and where not, in order to maintain distances.

The cabins will keep the ratio of one passenger per cabin or up to 4 passengers if it is a family in one reservation. The cabin should be naturally ventilated if artificial or otherwise artificial and left open with the door open after cleaning and disinfection for at least 3 hours before use by subsequent passengers.

source – protothema.gr

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