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    Sunday 22 October 2017

    The Ghogha-Dahej Ro-Ro ferry Launching Today

    The Ghogha-Dahej Ro-Ro ferry Launching Today: The Ghogha-Dahej Ferry Service, which will reduce the burden of road connectivity across the entire Saurashtra and South Gujarat, and the new Ghagha-Dahej Ferry service, will be inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, and Narendra Modi will travel to Dahej from Ghogha in the first passenger ferry boat.

    The Ghogha-Dahej Ro-Ro ferry Launching Today :The passenger ferry service is going to start in the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Ghagha-Dahej Ferry Service project. After the link span took place in Ghogha in December, the Ro-Ro Ferry service will be complete, which will include 150 big vehicles and 1000 passengers. The distance between Bhavnagar to Dahej is 310 km. It will be only 31 km by sea route between Ghogha-Dahej, saving of time will also be saved and precious fuel will be saved, as well as road accidents will also be significantly reduced.

    The Ghogha-Dahej Ro-Ro ferry Launching Today

    Gujarat's Dahej is all set to get India's first roll on-roll off (Ro-Ro) vessel passenger ferry services around April 2017. The Rs 550 crore project being executed by the Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) is expected to bring down travel time between Saurashtra region in Gujarat with its Southern parts significantly. At present travelling from Ghoga in Saurashtra to Dahej in South Gujarat takes around 10-12 hours for trucks and buses, and even by cars it is not less than 6-8 hours. Once the Ro-Ro ferry service commences, this time would be dramatically shortened to one and a half hours.

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