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Eynhallow Trip 2008

MV Eynhallow after landing us on the island.
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Picture added on 16 July 2010 at 18:21
Comments:
What a useful craft, can we have one like this on the Stromness-Graemsay-Hoy run please? It would ease the traffic from the Houton Lyness route and at not much more cost than running the Graemsay for passengers with lifting goods off and on. Would that be too much like sense though!!.
Added by John Budge on 16 July 2010
A very USEFUL craft is why you cant have 1 for Graemsay and Hoy,Quite a number of times the Houton Lass landing craft from Flotta was used to land diggers and plant on 2 different parts of the beach near to the Graemsay pier which worked excellent,all that is needed is a Hard ramp at Graemsay and Hoy but I think that would be too much like SENSE.But we might be proved wrong when they publish the figures on the REVENUE made from all the LORRIES that has been carried on the MV Graemsay after she was lengthened,surprisingly the Graemsay roads are coping well so far with the extra traffic.
Added by Michael Thomson on 20 July 2010
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