Local Dignatiries Make Trip to Liverpool To Pay Respects for Ellan Vannin
As today marks the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the Ellan Vannin a number of local dignitaries have made the trip to Liverpool to pay their respects.
The vessel succumbed to hurricane winds and stormy seas just a mile out of Liverpool with a loss of all 35 crew and passengers.
Along with the Chief Minister Steam Packet Chairman Rob Quayle will be in Liverpool also, he told us about what will be going on:
There will be a ceremony in Ramsey later where the vessel set off on her fatal journey. That will be on the East Quay at 4pm.