Carlingford Lough ferry figures surge: Gillian Nelis on business

It’s full steam ahead for ferry service as passenger numbers surge

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
16th June, 2019
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Paul O’Sullivan of Frazer Ferries Picture: Barry Cronin

The owners of the Carlingford Lough ferry have construction workers, farmers and tourists to thank for an almost 50 per cent rise in the number of passengers using the service in the first four months of this year.

Paul O’Sullivan of Frazer Ferries tells me that construction and building workers from south-east Down who are working on sites in Dundalk, Drogheda and Dublin are taking the boat almost daily. “There are also farmers from the northern...

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