The Neraida Floating Museum comprises a special museum case in which two central narratives are contained

In 2007, the John S. Latsis family decided the conversion of the “Neraida”, an old passenger vessel of the Argosaronikos Gulf, into a floating museum with the John Latsis’s business history as its main exhibitional axis.

The Neraida Floating Museum belongs to the legal person governed by private law "Neraida Floating Museum" and is funded by the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation. The purpose of the Museum is, inter alia, to promote the maritime and shipping history of the country, to highlight the field of business history and to protect the maritime environment through activities of educational, informative and scientific nature.

The Neraida Floating Museum is berthed at the Flisvos Marina.