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Uk govt to fund Brexit ferries english channel

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Collision-course

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This all sounds very familiar, 2011?

awaityourreply

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Not sure if you were referring to the MS Julia vessel that last operated commercial passenger services to/from Cork and Swansea in South Wales between 2010/2011.

No service ran after 2011 which resulted in the end of Cork's passenger ferry links with Wales.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swansea_Cork_ferry

Collision-course

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Not sure if you were referring to the MS Julia vessel that last operated commercial passenger services to/from Cork and Swansea in South Wales between 2010/2011.

No service ran after 2011 which resulted in the end of Cork's passenger ferry links with Wales.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swansea_Cork_ferry
Close, there was around that time, an issue around parties wanting to re-establish redundant ferry routes with questionable tonnage., there are even posts on this forum if you go back far enough.


Cladyman

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-46799136


Belgiums are talking sense, too high risk for them with no gaurentees.

They may have some good people involved in setting it up but virtually impossible to do in timeframe

Cladyman

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47182361


So the government  have pulled the plug on Seaborne Ramsgate deal, no surprise.

Didnít realise hat they had Irish backing.

Has ASL any other involvment in roro?

DaveW1946

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Checking Arklow Shipping website thet have 40+ ships but they are container carriers or bulk transport, i.e. no roro's