The historic ship of the Argosaronic Line is now a museum.Learn more
The Neraida Floating Museum comprises a special museum case in which two central narratives are contained.
The business career of her owner, John Latsis, from his birth in 1910 until the mid-1990s, when he withdrew from the business world.
The history of the ship since her construction in 1939 until the completion of her reconstruction in 2010.
The Neraida Floating Museum carries out a multitude of activities aimed at highlighting aspects of maritime and business history, maritime education and the protection of the marine environment.
Since 2013, when it commenced operations, it has from time to time carried out voyages to the passenger ship’s old destinations in the Argosaronic Gulf. At the same time, the legal person governed by private law "Neraida Floating Museum" undertakes funding activities and organizes informational and educational events.