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    While in the south, we have a lot of new and modern ferries (not saying they are any better than older vessels), the north seems to get a higher share of older ferries.

    The ferries above, which Azimut have photographed so perfectly, are true ferries: they were built in a time when ferries were going to last a lifetime or two. These days, ferries are built as "cheap" as possible (read: according to a very tight budget), in order to fit a tender, while at the same time make some profit to ferry companies. If a ferry is built to the same high quality as 20 - 30 years ago, that will naturally be eating a big part of the companies profits.

    This is probably a trend that will continue as long as the Government doesn't set specific demands for the level of passenger comfort. Ship-owners are also experts at reading what they want to read in those tenders.
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      The latest addition to Brittany Ferries fleet Connemara arriving in Cork Harbour yesterday morning. The ship will do 2 trips a week to Santandar in Spain and also a weekly crossing to Roscoff.







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