SEALINK Dieppe Ferries
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SEALINK Dieppe Ferries

A paper bag for seasickness used on the service between Dieppe and Newhaven.

Sealink was originally the brand name for the ferry services of British Rail which ran shipping services in the UK and Ireland. Services to France, Belgium and the Netherlands were also run by Sealink UK. On 27 July 1984 the UK Government sold Sealink UK Ltd to Bermuda based Sea Containers. The company was renamed Sealink British Ferries. 7 years later, Sea Containers sold Sealink British Ferries to Stena Line. In 1986,  SNCF formed a subsidiary company, called Dieppe Ferries, to manage the future of their Dieppe-Newhaven service.

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