London Greek shipping legend dies aged 93


Peter George Goulandris, an old-school London Greek shipping man and philanthropist, made his mark at Capeside Steamship and Cavodoro Shipping.

Peter George Goulandris died in Nassau on 19 June. The Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee (GSCC) announced his death in a short statement four days later.

“Goulandris was a well-respected member of the shipping community and part of the PJ Goulandris & Sons Group and Capeside Steamship for over 70 years,” said the GSCC, which represents London Greeks’ shipping interests.

His career as a shipowner started in 1962 when he joined Capeside Steamship as principal and executive.

As part of the PJ Goulandris Son Group, he was involved in one of the biggest shipowning firms of his time.

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