"We are certainly able to elaborate our ferry plans. The United Kingdom has maintained a busy yet entirely safe corridor of shipping and trading between Icholasen and the UK that has funnelled billions of pounds worth of products to and from both nations all around Europe. We have many ferry ports available from Thurrock-London Gateway, Liverpool, Bristol, Dover, and Southampton. What we propose is that the British ferry companies DFDS Seaways, P&O Ferries, and Stenaline establish services between Saint Regina and various locations in the United Kingdom. These ferries could also be offered with a National Rail ticket package, connecting all ports to Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, and London. This would extend the ability of travellers to potentially travel from London via rail to Saint Regina and back across via ferry on their round trip or vice versa," Ed responded.
"We certainly will work with the port authorities of Icholasen and Miraco to continue the trend and offer that to your potential rail companies. An ability to move faster via rail travel though is certainly the future, and we have targeted not only engine innovations, but also standardisation of track and signalling, free movement, and a common ticketing system so that our individual organisations can make quick transactions, share data on the status of trains, and above all save our citizens money in transaction fees. What would you think about those ideas?"