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Hey, thats is amazing :)
I have a question, will we have TransOceanic routes too? :)

Thanks :)
Yes, there will be some however, I will make them just for a higher traffic setting as I guess some will prefer not to have them.


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Finally I have moved to the route testing stage... Today in Greek waters
There used to be a Seacat running from Belfast (Northern Ireland) to Douglas (Isle of Man). Okay, so it's a hint... pretty please - but only if you can find time :)

https://www.niferry.co.uk/seacat-isle-of-man-snaefell-incat-026/

Oh yes - and we used to call the Steam Packet Company the 'Steam Racket' (still do!) with very good reason. Twice a year in June and September when the motorcycle racing is on the Isle of Man, the Steam Racket fares increase by between 400% and 800%. No competition, you see. The Steam Racket has a legal monopoly on that route.
 
There used to be a Seacat running from Belfast (Northern Ireland) to Douglas (Isle of Man). Okay, so it's a hint... pretty please - but only if you can find time :)

https://www.niferry.co.uk/seacat-isle-of-man-snaefell-incat-026/

Oh yes - and we used to call the Steam Packet Company the 'Steam Racket' (still do!) with very good reason. Twice a year in June and September when the motorcycle racing is on the Isle of Man, the Steam Racket fares increase by between 400% and 800%. No competition, you see. The Steam Racket has a legal monopoly on that route.
Well, it seems like the monopoly will continue in your sim....


and then a few from Norway….





 
I'm producing scenery, so it's not possible to investigate and produce more things. No time! So I wonder if someone can create the Lisbon Ferry's that cross the tagus rever that are observed on Lisbon approach.

Lisbon fleet is:
https://ttsl.pt/terminais-e-frota/frota/ the last one is not in use anymore!!! :)

I can help with map locations, docking points and schedule.

I hope that someone can add this. If not, thank you even so and continue with the magnificent work.

Best regards
Mário Cera
https://www.facebook.com/Sim3dge/
 
I'm producing scenery, so it's not possible to investigate and produce more things. No time! So I wonder if someone can create the Lisbon Ferry's that cross the tagus rever that are observed on Lisbon approach.

Lisbon fleet is:
https://ttsl.pt/terminais-e-frota/frota/ the last one is not in use anymore!!! :)

I can help with map locations, docking points and schedule.

I hope that someone can add this. If not, thank you even so and continue with the magnificent work.

Best regards
Mário Cera
https://www.facebook.com/Sim3dge/
For the moment I am unfortunately also too busy trying to finish the Beta of the next upload - maybe later.



 
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