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    Barnim the longest ferry to sail from A to B lands in dry-dock (headline)

    Hello all users!

    Barnim – the longest ferry to sail from A to B – lands in dry-dock of Shipyard “X”. (as a headline).

    Do you think this headliine/title is properly formulated?

    I am also curious to know your opinion about the use of the fragment "the longest ferry to sail from A to B", meaning "the longest ferry that/which sails from A to B".

    Thank you.

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    Re: Barnim the longest ferry to sail from A to B lands in dry-dock (headline)

    I would use commas instead of dashes. I would say "at Shipyard X". The fragment you queried is OK.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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