Tourism businesses in Jersey asked for ferry opinions

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Image caption Condor's contract to provide Jersey's ferry services is due to expire in 2013

People in Jersey's tourism industry are being encouraged to give their opinions on the future of ferry services between the Channel Islands, France and the UK.

The States is carrying out a consultation on service levels, fares and regulation.

The island's Tourism Department said it was using its weekly newsletter to encourage people from within the industry to take part in the process.

People can make comments on the States' website until 2 September.

Condor Ferries currently provides the island's services. Its agreement is due to expire in 2013.

The consultation is asking for views on prices, services provided and the possibility of increasing competition.

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