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A long-established ferry company, Wightlink and its forerunners have been providing efficient, safe and high quality ferry services to and from the Isle of Wight for more than 180 years

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In 1973 farming co-operatives in Roscoff, France, sought to export their cauliflowers and artichokes to Plymouth and chartered their own ships to undertake this task

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During 2010, Stena Line transported 15.1 million passengers, as well as 3.2 million vehicles and 1.6 million freight units

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The fjord is a daily feature of Norwegian life. Some of these natural features can be both hundreds of metres wide and several kilometres in length; people therefore require the use of a ferry to get themselves and vehicles across the stretch of water within a reasonable time

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DFDS is an international shipping and logistics group that has provided clients essential services for more than 130 years

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Located in the southeast of Norway with capital city Oslo at its north end, Oslofjord is one of the country’s busiest and most populated waterways

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The Hebrides is the collective name for a chain of islands off the west coast of Scotland that vary wildly in size and population, from large Lewis and Harris to tiny Canna

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The Channel Islands is an archipelago in the English Channel located close to the northeastern coast of France. The Islands’ location between England and France and their long history as an important juncture between the two countries has led to a uniquely blended culture that today attracts large numbers of visitors every year. In addition to this, with a total residential population of more than 150,000, significant numbers of people from the Islands travel to both England and France

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