Loading A Ferry During Rough Seas In Greece
Sponsored link:

Cars being loaded onto a ferry in rough seas in Greece.  Correct timing is of the essence.  (Loud Volume!)

Sponsored link:
Please share:    E-Mail   Facebook  and   Subscribe!
Apparently the rugs are used to protect the undercarriage and mufflers from getting scraped - that's why they are being placed between the wheels. Apollon Hellas is a smaller ferry operated by Hellenic Seaways at the ports of Alonissos, Glossa, Skiathos, Skopelos and Volos. Built in Greece in 1990, it can carry 1,500 passengers and 98 vehicles and travels at a speed of 16 miles/hour.
Flixxy editors search the internet daily, to find the very best videos for you:   SELECTION:  From over 3 million videos uploaded to YouTube daily, we select only a few videos to be added to the site daily.   PG RATING:  Flixxy videos and comments are all PG rated. They are "Safe For All Ages" and "Safe For Work".  Our content is uplifting.   SELECTED START AND END POINTS: Many of Flixxy’s videos start late or end early. We skip lengthy introductions and get to the point.   CONCISE CAPTION AND DESCRIPTION: We don't use "click-bait."  Your time is valuable, so we distill the information down to what you want to know.
FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER: Get the latest videos delivered to your inbox by subscribing to the FREE "Video of the Day" newsletter.
Sponsored link: