|ON BOARD ANTHI MARINA
2: Horizon Lounge, Harbour Coffee Co, Shopping Centre
|Above: Located at the forward end of the Horizon Lounge is the old Harbour Coffee Company outlet. Out of use on Anthi Marina, the counter remains fully branded.|
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|Above: Channel Shopping - in the Aegean.|
|Above: The main Horizon Lounge bar servery also retains full P&O branding.|
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|Above: Inside the Channel Shopping centre. This is the view looking aft.|
|Above: Channel Shopping - looking forward from the check-out tills located aft.|
|Above: The fore/aft corridor running alongside the shopping centre - this is the view looking forward.|
|Above: The old Bureau de Change, aft on C Deck.|
|Above: It is perhaps not too surprising that passengers seen in these pictures are looking rather glum - sailing aboard the Anthi Marina seems to be a singularly depressing experience for most travellers. The ship's already eccentric and claustrophobic layout has not been improved by GA Ferries' efforts. After just a few months in service, the ship had acquired the unflattering local nickname "the Monster" - whether a reflection on her external appearance or internal state, it seems a fair description. For her operators however, she is a freight and passenger monster - taking the huge loads directed towards her with ease.
In this C Deck aft shelter, extended aftwards and outwards in Greece, GA Ferries have installed fixed plastic seating of the most uncomfortable kind.
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