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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
The first couple to use the Rosyth-Zeebrugge ferry service when it was launched a year ago were back at the port yesterday to celebrate the anniversary.
The service gave Scotland its first daily freight and passenger sea link direct with continental Europe.
Doreen and Jim Mundie, who own the Seafield Inn in Portknockie, were joined yesterday by Chancellor Gordon Brown, who officially opened the purpose-built ferry terminal at Rosyth, which supports it. The service offers ease of use for holidaymakers, direct access for inward tourism and faster, cheaper logistics for the freight industry.
The Mundies …