'Sheeu jeih as feed millioon punt', y Paggad Bree da tarmaynys Vannin
T'eh grait dy vel y Paggad Bree cur ny shlee na jeih as feed millioon punt sy vlein da tarmaynys Vannin.
Tuarastyl noa, jeant ec colught choontysseyraght PwC, bee eh er ny chur da Tinvaal yn çhiaghtin shoh çheet.
Nee shen taghyrt, as shirveishee reiltys resooney mychione shirveishyn-marrey syn Ellan sy traa ry-heet, sy traa vees y coardailys-ymmydeyr t'ayn nish çheet gys jerrey ayns feed cheead, shey as feed.
Sy vlein feed cheead as kiare-jeig, hug y Paggad Bree 24.3 million punt dy jeeragh da troar sthie mooar Vannin.
Chammah as shen, t'eh grait dy vel 2.7 millioon punt er ny chur sheese y 'driaght chooid' da coonreyderyn as cliantyn - as dy vel 4.1 millioon punt tooilley er ny cheau liorish failleydee yn Phaggad Bree sy tarmaynys ynnydagh.
T'eh smoonit myrgeddin, dy vel y daa cheead, shey as feed dy skimmee ta gobbraghey da'n Phaggad pohlldal faggys da keead dy lieh startey ayns buill elley syn Ellan.
Treealtyssyn y Phaggad dy vaihaghey argid ayns lhongyn as skimmee noa, dy beagh y kiangley oc foast ayn ny sodjey na feed cheead as shey-jeig, ta shirveishee er chur faaue nagh liooar ny treealtyssyn shen.
Agh haink raaue ass PwC nagh vod eh ve shickyr dy jinnagh obbreyder erbee elley coyrt cho wheesh failley ynnydagh as leagh ooilley cooidjagh da tarmaynys yn ashoon.
Steam Packet 'worth £30m' to the economy
It's claimed the Steam Packet conributes more than £30 million a year to the Manx economy.
A new report, by accountancy firm PwC, will be presented to Tynwald next week.
It comes as government ministers debate the future of sea services in the Island once the current user agreement ends in 2026.
In 2014 the Steam Packet directly contibuted £24.3 million directly to Manx GDP.
On top of that, it's claimed £2.7 million is passed down the 'supply chain' to contactors and clients - and a further £4.1 million is spent by Steam Packet employees in the local economy.
The company's 226 staff are also thought to prop up nearly 150 jobs elsewhere in the Island.
Ministers have hinted that the Packet's proposals to invest in new vessels and staff, should their relationship continue beyond 2016, do not go far enough.
But there's a warning from PwC that any alternative operator could not be guaranteed to provide the same level of local employment and overall value to the nation's economy.