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Finding alternative solutions to reserve ships

Finding alternative solutions to reserve ships

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By Michael Grey | 08 November 2023

Financial pressures mean ferry operators must now look for different ways to continue providing reliable services when regular vessels are non-operational

Michael Grey explores how ferry operators are now coping with the unexpected

The value of investing in efficient ferry links

The value of investing in efficient ferry links
By Michael Grey | 14 November 2022

Many people regard ferry services as merely a mode of transport, but stakeholders should consider how they can be used to drive socio-economic improvements for the communities at both ends of the service

Michael Grey discusses how recognising the value of ferry services can benefit the wider community

The future of ferry travel after a year of challenges

The future of ferry travel after a year of challenges
By Michael Grey | 18 May 2021

Michael Grey highlights how ferry operators and ports in the UK and Europe are adapting to operational changes prompted by both Covid-19 and Brexit

Michael Grey highlights how ferry operators and ports in the UK and Europe are adapting

Is the UK's proposed Irish Sea bridge a bridge too far?

Is the UK's proposed Irish Sea bridge a bridge too far?

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By Michael Grey | 23 December 2020

Michael Grey outlines why ferry services offer a more flexible and cost-effective option for transporting people between Northern Ireland and Scotland than UK Government’s proposed bridge across the Irish Sea

Why ferry services offer a better option for travel between Northern Ireland and Scotland