Re: Re: Cork Transport
@samuel j wrote:
Where I fear the biggest cost would be the initial cost of putting safe and usable landing points, marine structure/piers do not come cheap…. and would ahve to have correct parking facilities for punters
to leave their cars etc.
That is the big difficulty, as is the capital cost of the craft as pointed out elsewhere. In Manhattan late ’90s there was a highspeed ferry that ran during the summer months from the Seaport up the East River. It had only 2 stops, somewhere in Midtown (near QB Bridge) and at a pier at about 96th Street. Great way to go home, but anyone who could afford the fare did not live remotely near 96th/FDR.