The MV Cabo Star will resume service only when the vessel has been certified safe to operate.
A fire broke out on the vessel following its departure from the Port of Scarborough at 11.23 p.m. on Wednesday.
On August 24th the vessel was towed to the Port of Scarborough where passengers, vehicles and loose cargoes were offloaded.
All passengers upon disembarking were taken to a special Area where they were medically examined.
Sixty-three passengers based in Tobago returned to their homes, 4 passengers returned to Trinidad on the Galleons Passage.
Additionally, accommodation was provided for 13 passengers by the Port Authority at a Guest house.
These passengers returned to Trinidad on the 6.30 am sailing from Scarborough Friday.
During the absence of the vessel additional sailings have been scheduled on the APT James, Buccoo Reef and the Galleons Passage to accommodate vehicles weighing up to 7,000 kgs.
Priority will be given to foodstuff and other perishables.