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Grimaldi Lines

The Grimaldi family has been tied to shipping centuries before Grimaldi Lines was founded. In fact, everything start during the 14th century, when Napoli, Italy, was actually a sovereign state.

They founded their first company in the second half of the 19th century, offering cargo transportation using steamboats.

During the 60's and the 70's, the Grimaldi family passion for the seas had lead to the establishment of one of the most impressive fleets and possibly the most important shipping company in Europe.

At around the same time, the company was adding vehicle transportation vessels to their fleet, an action that proved critical to their even greater growth ever since.

Nowadays, Grimaldi Lines carry connections between several Mediterranean ports of Europe and West Africa, as well as Northern Europe and South America.

Photo Sources: www.ellinikiaktoploia.net & Antonis Kallitsis