One week left to respond
Thousands of people have already responded to a consultation on the future of the Island's sea services.
The Department of Infrastructure is seeking the views of the public as it prepares to update its User Agreement with the Steam Packet Company.
Less than a week into the consultation, the Department revealed it has received over 2,500 responses to its survey.
Questions are posed including where ferries should sail in the future, what sort of craft should be invested in, and whether ticket prices are fair.
The full details of the consultation and how to respond can be found on the Government's website - submissions can be made until 7 October.