Scotland-Europe ferry: Service to restart from next year – but there’s a catch

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A direct ferry link between Scotland and mainland Europe is set to reopen next year. Those travelling between Scotland and Europe currently have to rely on flights, or on a multi-leg train journey. But passengers may soon have another, climate-friendly option. From April 2023, a ferry will operate between Rosyth – a small port 40 minutes from Edinburgh – to Zeebrugge, on Belgium’s northern coast. The route carried passenger services until 2010, and freight until 2018 but it was shut down by a fire onboard one of the ships. The new route will primarily be used for freight. However, the operator…

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