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The history of Fjord1 dates back to 1858, when Nordre Bergenhus Amts Dampskipe was established to provide boat services from Bergen to the county today known as Sogn og Fjordane

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The largest fast passenger ferry order for a UK shipyard in over 25 years has been confirmed by MBNA Thames Clippers

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In recent years there have been a great deal of challenges for those within the European ferry and freight industry, largely due to the 2008 crash, the sluggish growth in the EU area, the EU sanctions towards Russia and the Helsinkiintroduction of the new Sulphur Directive inside SECA area

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Founded in 2012 through the demerger of Tide Sjø out of Tide ASA, Norled AS continues to operate as a fully owned subsidiary of the DSD-group, which incorporates Det Stavangerske Dampskibsselskap AS, Norled, Nor Lines and DSD Shipping AS

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Trading as one of the largest logistics companies in Scotland, David MacBrayne is an award winning ferry company, harbour operator and ship management specialist that manages a sizable fleet on some of the world’s most challenging waters.

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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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With a history dating as far back as 1861, Red Funnel was the first organisation to provide passenger services between the Isle of Wight and mainland UK. Since then, the famous ferry company has gained an excellent reputation for safety and quality, resulting in 3.4 million passengers and over 850,000 vehicles being transported across the Solent annually

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From its strategic location on the South Eastern tip of England in the closest proximity to the Continent, the Port of Dover operates as Europe’s busiest and most successful ferry port

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Operating from the archipelago of the Orkney Islands in the Northern Isles of Scotland, Orkney Ferries has represented a vital community transport link to the islands since the 1800s

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From its prime position among the Faroe Islands, located northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway, the Port of Tórshavn (Tórshavnar havn) represents a vital hub to the island’s inhabitants as well as to various industry players within the region

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