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Comment posted Dunoon ferry meeting revealed more than it knew by innes craig.

total fabrication regarding lifejackets and a 50 min crossing, all morning sailings left within 3 minutes of sailing time seems someone wants a headline grabber that just isn.t there

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  • David graham don,t understand your point,reply was regarding lifejackets and 55 min crossing.Fact

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