Ardrossan Harbour Design Work Given The Green Light By Project Task Force

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The outline design for the upgrade of Ardrossan Harbour has been formally signed off by the Ministerial Taskforce for the project.

This significant revamp of facilities will increase the reliability and resilience of ferry services, as well improve passenger facilities and introduce an integrated transport hub for onward travel.

Construction is expected to begin in Spring 2020.

More Short News

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  • Since the 1st of May, the fast passenger services across the Straits of Messina have been run by Blu Jet Lines, a new subsidiary of the Italian railways.
  • Trasmediterranea will use VRONSKY on the Nador and Al-Hoceima routes until 30 June. From 3 July until 8 September newbuilt VILLA DE TEROR will connect Motril and Nador in 4 hours, and Motril and Al-Hoceima in 5-6 hours.
  • 8 May 2019, the second of the DFDS new mega freight ferries was handed over by the Jinling Shipyard. She will soon leave for the Mediterranean.


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Port of Zeebrugge, Home For UK Ferries

Last Saturday I was in Zeebrugge for a photo shoot on a cruise ship. The port is always surrounded by ferries coming from and going to the United Kingdom, and on this windy day it was not different.


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For the Men Who Like to Be Boys, Once in a While

Super scale radio-controlled ferries and ro-ro ships are the stars of a show in December 2018.

Watch North Sea Ferries’ NORLAND, FINNJET and Cobelfret’s CELESTINE competing in the water.