Workers at the Scenic Lough Foyle Ferry, which sails from Magilligan to Greencastle in Co Donegal, say they are still awaiting guidelines despite the impending leave EU date.
Kayleigh Clarke, marketing and sales manager, said the lack of clarity comes as the ferry saw an increase in passengers travelling from Donegal into Co Derry for the very first time.
“We had a massive increase in people from Donegal travelling into Northern Ireland and then returning, which is unusual,” she told the County Derry Post.
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