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Island a 'hidden treasure' for cruise passengers

Ellan myr "tashtey follit" son pashneyryn coorsal

Goo fer toshee yn turryssid ass Divlyn

Ta ard ghooinney 'sy turryssid eddyr-ashoonagh gra dy vel Ellan Vannin myr "tashtey follit" ta fuirraghtyn er goll er feddyn ec pashneyryn lhuing coorsal.

Va Pat Ward loayrt ec lhunney Mooiragh Ellan Vannin Jerdein (17 Mee Voaldyn), myr Fer Toshee yn Turryssid Coorsal da Puirt Divlyn as ny Chaairlagh Ardjynagh son Coorsal Oarpey.

Va Mnr Ward lane dy voylley lurg yn chied cheayrt echey.

AS MNR WARD: Va'n taitnys aym fastyr jiu jeh turrys stiurit mygeayrt Ellan Vannin, as t'eh dy feer ny cheb er-lheh as yrjit euish, as er-lhiam dy jinnagh earroo dy cheayrtee yn turryssid coorsal cheet dy ve graihagh er Ellan Vannin. Ta shin cur coontey jeh Divlyn myr y cliegeen 'sy chrooin ayns Mooir Nerin. Well, lurg y cheayrt aym gys Ellan Vannin jiu, yinnin dy mooar cur coontey jeh Ellan Vannin myr yn tashtey follit ayns Mooir Nerin.


Island a "hidden treasure" for cruise passengers

Claim of Dublin cruise tourism head


A senior figure in international tourism says the Isle of Man is a "hidden treasure" waiting to be discovered by cruise ship passengers.

Pat Ward was speaking at the launch of Isle of Man Maritime yesterday (Thurs 17), as the Head of Cruise Tourism for Dublin Ports and the regional Chairman for Cruise Europe.

Mr ward was full of praise after his first visit:

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