Offshore is the future for us, says Yarmouth outer harbour boss

Jul 6, 2012 Full story: Evening News

PASSENGER ferries to Holland will not be sailing from Great Yarmouth any time soon, as bosses say the industry is struggling with the Eurozone crisis.

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John L Cooper

Bury, UK

#1 Jul 6, 2012
since 1960 OFFSHORE has been Great Yarmouth Port's fort'e, so The outer harbour bosses are a bit late, first failed Container business, then Wind Farm work "loosing out to Harwich, Lowestoft, Hull, and the near continent", its been anounced by the previous CEO of the port that quay loading is not strong enough for de commissioning.
We have been the leader of Gas and Oil from Northsea sites Please Please Dont mess around with that.

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