A sneak peek of Trinidad and Tobago’s new ferry, the Buccoo Reef, was shared via NIDCO.
The Office of the Prime Minister shared a video featuring Australian Cricket Captain, Tim Paine, who joined the INCAT team for a special tour of the Buccoo Reef.
The company said the vessel can do up to four trips per day.
Due to the pandemic, works that were needed to finish the ship were delayed due to engineers who were due to arrive.
According to Incat, the vessel has an average cruising speed of around 40 knots and can transport up to 1,000 passengers including crew.
The vessel has the capacity to transport up to 182 cars or 175 trucks.
The vessel also has four Marine Evacuation Stations (MES), two port and two starboard, each MES capable of serving a total of up to 300 persons.
A total of eleven, 100-person open-top reversible liferafts are fitted.
The vessel also contains two SOLAS rigid dinghies with motor and approved launch/recovery method.