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Pantheon of Greek Shipping – Online Introductory Ceremony | Instant News

Watch the Digital Introduction Ceremony and claim the invaluable ocean view

Epamineondas Thomopoulos’ 100-year-old painting will be presented in a competition to the audience of a special Introducing Ceremony on Monday, October 5, 2020.
Audiences attending the 2020 Digital Introduction Ceremony of the Pantheon of Greek Shipping will have the chance to win a prized Impressionist sea view by the important Greek painter Epamineondas Thomopoulos (1878-1976).
A 100 year old painting that is expected to be won by anyone who quickly and correctly answers the simple questions about Greek maritime history that will be asked at this year’s Internet Introduction Ceremony. The ceremony will be broadcast on Monday, October 5 at 18:00 Athens time.
This special event, available for free viewing, will celebrate Greek shipping, its leaders, its history and culture. In addition to the opening of two new Admissions for 2019, the event will pay tribute to the 30 “Greats” of Greek shipping that have entered the Pantheon of Greek Shipping.
“This year’s Internet Introduction Ceremony provides an opportunity to promote the Pantheon of Greek Shipping to a wider audience and to spread even more of this extraordinary shipping history”, stressed Pantheon founder and director Nigel Lowry.
The competition for Epamineondas Thomopoulos ocean views is conducted in collaboration with Greek Moore Premium Sponsor, who agrees to oversee the competition. The first person to submit the correct answer to Greek Moore will win the council. (see Competition Rules & Conditions).
We thank our event sponsors:
Main Sponsors: ABS, IRI – The Marshall Islands Registry, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., TMS Group and Navios Group.
Premium Sponsors: Bureau Veritas, Citi Private Bank, Moore Greece, and Optima Shipping Service.
Answer: Classification Society of China, ClassNK, Deputy Ministry of Shipping of the Republic of Cyprus, Club Ecali, HSBC – Greece, KPMG, Travel Kyvernitis και Marichem-Marigases Worldwide Services.
The Pantheon of Hellenic Shipping will once again support the charity for Greek children Hellenic Hope with a portion of the sponsorship income from Online Events and we thank Julius Baer Bank for strengthening our support for Hellenic Hope.

The Pantheon of Greek Shipping is dedicated to an impressive personality introduction to the history of Greek shipping, but is also an important information center for the excellent contribution of Greek shipping in Greece and to world trade.
Tune in with us for this unique Online Event, open to all.

Visit www.greekshippinghalloffame.org on Monday 5 October at 18:00 Athens time.


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CBMM is hosting the Royal New Zealand Navy Commodore | Life | Instant News

ST. MICHAELS – The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and its president, Kristen Greenaway, are honored to welcome Commodore David Gibbs of the New Zealand Navy, the New Zealand defense attache currently in the US, and his wife Paula for a visit to campus on July 23.

As part of their visit, Gibbses visited the CBMM campus on the waterfront covering an area of ​​18 acres and its dockyard, giving them the opportunity to see the new Maryland development at this time. dove and several members of CBMM’s own historic floating fleet.

“We are honored to have been able to introduce Commodore Gibbs and his wife to the 18-hectare CBMM campus and a functioning shipyard,” Greenaway said. “We found some real shared interests with his background in marine and marine engineering and CBMM’s efforts to preserve the history of the Gulf region and keep shipbuilding traditions alive. And I’m always happy to meet my fellow Kiwis! “

CBMM was officially reopened to the public at the end of June, with everyone on campus being asked to follow the rules of the City of St. Michaels for wearing face shields inside the building at all times and outdoors when it is six feet away from other guests.

Additional information about improving the health and comfort of CBMM and operational changes for reopening can be found at welcome.cbmm.org.

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