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Poliiticians urged to study sea service reports

Politickeyryn greinnit dy yannoo studeyrys er tuarastylyn shirveish varrey

Cha nel eh liklee dy beagh lhiabbaghyn akeragh ayns purt Ghoolish fondagh er aght argidoil.

Shen ny ta grait ec loayrtagh son yn arreyder son troailtee, Arrey Troailt, as Tinvaal gaarlaghey dy smooinaghtyn mychione tuarystalyn noa voish coyrlee mooie, ta sessal shirveishyn marrey son y traa ry-heet.

Ta polasee shirveishyn marrey strateishagh cur roish hoght prinsabylyn ooilley-ghoaillagh.

Ta John Pennnington gra dy nhegin smooinaghtyn mychione ymmodee cooishyn, as ta feme er politickeyryn studeyrys y yannoo dy myn er ny tuarystalyn.


Poliiticians urged to study sea service reports

It's unlikely cruise liner berths in Douglas Harbour would prove cost-effective.

So says a spokesman for passenger watchdog TravelWatch as Tynwald prepares to consider new reports from off-Island consultants assessing the future of sea services.

The Strategic Sea Services Policy sets out eight overarching principles.

John Pennington says there's much to consider and politicians need to study the reports in detail.

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