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It seems that Galway is going to lose out on a major new tourist attraction that would potentially be worth millions to the local economy. Campaigners fighting to restore the Naomh Eanna, which plied the route between the city and the Aran Islands, are beginning to admit defeat that the famous ship will ever return to the west.
A campaign continues to transform a former ferry, which plied the route between Galway and the Aran Islands, into a major tourist attraction. However if a financial plan is not established within a number of weeks there is a risk that the Naomh Eanna will have to be consigned to the scrapyard and Galway will lose out on an attraction which could, in time, be worth millions to the local economy.
A documentary exploring the history of a cargo vessel which ferried passengers and freight between Galway and the Aran Islands for more than 30 years will be shown on TG4 on Sunday November 9.