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Ilala Ferry

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Hi, the Ilala Ferry on Lake Malawi is currently out of service, it is HOPED to be back by the end of this week, but there is no guarantee. Likoma Island is the main problem There are small ferry boats operating, but they are not licenced. People are paying K1 500 for a one-way trip for the Anglican Church boat which, is not for commercial use. It also carries only 60 passengers against Ilala’s 420.
I will try to keep up to date on this story.
Ivan

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