Mar 18, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>Direct Ferries set to launch TT ferry service for 2003<BR><BR>Direct Ferries, Britain's leading ferry booking service, today announced that they plan to offer sailings from mainland Britain to the Isle of Man for the TT festival in 2003.<BR><BR>The thousands of race fans who flock to the Island for the TT will welcome the news. The bikers have had only one choice of ferry operator for many years on their annual pilgrimage to one of the world's biggest biking events. This situation has led to accusations that they are victims of a monopoly that leaves them paying one of the highest per mile charges for a ferry crossing in Europe.<BR><BR>Direct Ferries already offer the best prices for bikers wishing to travel to a host of continental destinations, including Spain, France and Holland. Their newly designed website is now open at with automated online booking system. Bookings can also be made by using an e-mail form or by telephoning the Direct Ferries booking hotline on 011-44-1332-232-236 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.<BR><BR>Direct Ferries offer the convenience of being able to compare and book travel with several leading ferry operators. There's no need to ring around or surf several different websites, Direct Ferries offer it all at one stop, saving you both time and money.<BR><BR>More details of the proposed TT sailings will be announced soon.<BR>