All Passenger Ferries Sailing For Monday Cancelled

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All Passenger Ferries Sailing For Monday Cancelled

All sailings of the passenger ferries will be cancelled on Monday 1st July 2024.

This update comes from the Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Transportation Company Limited as it advised the travelling public of changes to the sailing schedule due to adverse weather conditions arising from Hurricane Beryl.

It said all vessels must remain at the Port of Spain harbour for safekeeping.

To facilitate some of the confirmed passengers from Monday’s sailings who may wish to return on an earlier date, an additional sailing has been scheduled on Sunday 30th June 2024 at 1.30 pm.

Passengers can also be accommodated on other sailings on said date, based on the availability of space.

At this time the sailings of the M.V. Cabo Star on Sunday 30th June and Monday 01st July, 2024 remain as scheduled.

Passengers are advised of the following:

Check-in will begin 2 hours before the scheduled sailing times & will close 45 minutes before the scheduled sailing times.

Confirmed Passengers are not required to have their tickets revalidated.

TTTI says it regrets any inconvenience caused and the public will be advised of any further changes to the Sailing Schedule.