The structural form of the stern is the main classification criterion for traditional boats
Perama boats in general
Perama is a type of traditional boat with distinctly formed stern and bow widely used in the Aegean in the 19th and 20th centuries. Perama boats were used for trade thanks to their wide beam. The production of perama boats ceased after WW II.
Faneromeni is a traditional perama hull built in Skiathos in 1945. Among others, it was mainly used for the transportation of fruit and vegetable between Aegean islands.
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For detailed information about Faneromeni, please visit the designated website maintained by her current owner N. Riginos www.faneromeni.gr