Kalypso Compagnia di Navigazione has stopped its Transatlantic 'Cristoforo Colombo' service with the last sailing from the New York on 15 May 2023 by the 1,368 teu JULIUS that will be redelivered after ending its current voyage at Sagunto on 25 May. The Cristoro Colombo service was launched in November 2022 using up to 3 ships of 1,300-3,000 teu connecting various Med ports including Taranto, Salerno, Civitavecchia, La Spezia and Sagunto with New York. Kalypso will retain its Marcopolo servic
Kalypso Compagnia di Navigazione will launch a new Italy Line service connecting Salerno, Ravenna, Venice, Bari, Mersin, Salerno from 16 December 2022 using the 1,712 teu RIJNBORG that has been chartered for 6-8 months at $13,700 per day. The service was initially scheduled to be launched on 25 November but was delayed by 3 weeks.
Kalypso, part of the Italian Rif Line Group, will launch a new Italy Line service connecting Italy and Turky from 29 November 2022. The new service is expected to start from 25 Nov 2022 and will cover Salerno, Ravenna, Venice, Bari, Mersin, Salerno on fortnightly basis. Planed sailing schedule of the new Italy Line serviceUpdate : The launch was delayed to 16 December 2022 and will deploy the 1,712 teu RIJNBORG.
Kalypso Compagnia di Navigazione, the new shipping line of of the Rif Line Group, has launched 2 separate Asia to Italy services. The Marco Polo service calls at Taicang, Dachan Bay, Jakarta, Salerno, Civitavecchia, Taicang using 3 to 4 ships of 1,300-3,000 teu on a 8 week rotation, with sailings offered every 2-4 weeks. The new service was launched on 18 April 2022 as an enhancement of its previous Civitavecchia Express service that was first introduced by Rif Line in August 2021. The Jakarta