AMSTERDAM, Aug 21 (Reuters) - A Scottish company and a Dutch port are in talks about launching a new ferry line ahead of Britain’s possible departure from the European Union, a port spokesman said on Wednesday.
The ferry line would run between Rosyth, near Edinburgh, and Eemshaven, in the far north of the Netherlands near the German border, according to RTV Noord, which named the company as TEC Offshore.
A spokesman for Groningen Seaport confirmed the plan was being investigated but referred questions to “the Scottish side”. A spokesman for TEC Offshore declined immediate comment. (Reporting by Toby Sterling; editing by David Evans)