Scroll through the gallery of photos above for a glimpse of the life of John Angelicoussis, the major Greek shipowner who died at 72 on 10 April.

TradeWinds has covered the death of the shipping giant in detail, as well as what it means for an empire worth billions of dollars.

Here are some of the stories:

Visionary owner John Angelicoussis bequeaths sprawling shipping empire

Archetype of withdrawn Greek gentleman owner dies at 72 after building the biggest fleet his country ever saw

Angelicoussis was among the best Greeks.

John Fredriksen

Angelicoussis hailed for defending Greek flag

Late Greek magnate was the staunchest supporter of the national ship registry

Shipping pays its final respects to John Angelicoussis

Legendary shipowner's vision, innovation and values leave enviable legacy

All eyes on Maria Angelicoussis as new boss faces high-stakes calls

Heir of John Angelicoussis has her work cut out to sustain owner's success and silence doubters

Three generations: Maria Angelicoussis with her father, John Angelicoussis, in 2011. They flank a portrait of Anthony Angelicoussis, founder of Anangel. Photo: Gillian Whittaker

Fredriksen salutes ‘skilful and clever’ rival Angelicoussis

Norwegian shipping magnate remembers the highs and lows of his relationship with the Greek shipping icon

Greek prime minister leads tributes to the late John Angelicoussis

Country bids farewell to the staunchest supporter of the national flag and gives ringing endorsement to his successor