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SR wrote:Why does it need modifications and why cuba?? Isnt this a new boat built specifically for the seabridge between both islands?
Dizzy28 wrote:SR wrote:Why does it need modifications and why cuba?? Isnt this a new boat built specifically for the seabridge between both islands?
Nope this boat was built for Gran Cacique of Venezuela in 2016 under the name Dona Mercedes and they couldn't pay.
Its been parked for a year thereabouts waiting for some new suckers. Why Cuba is anyone's guess.
http://www.looptt.com/content/10-things ... nger-ferry
rallyman wrote:Galleons Passage has not yet left China - they seem to have some problem with the engines and/or the steering.
Check its speed and track at https://www.vesselfinder.com/?imo=9772888
At 5 knots (its average speed for the last few days) it will take 2 or 3 months to arrive in Trinidad.
The_Honourable wrote:Port chairman quits, remains tight-lipped
...It was rumoured that her resignation came after the Patt Board agreed that the contract for the Cabo Star not be renewed when it expires in a month's time. However, someone at the Ministry of Finance has insisted on a renewal....
Seabridge ferries suspended
Kim Boodram Mar 12, 2018 Updated 8 hrs ago
WHILE the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) readies for its third chairperson in a year, tipped to be retired Defence Force Colonel Lyle Alexander, passenger transport on the Trinidad and Tobago seabridge has all but collapsed.
PATT confirmed yesterday that it is currently without a passenger ferry as the T&T Express, which has mostly run alone since the dry docking of the T&T Spirit last June, has been temporarily suspended for the sake of passenger safety.
Hema is a PNM. Nearly all media persons sleep with pnm top rance folk both men and women . Remember the men folk in PNM love a good fudgeThe_Honourable wrote:Hema needs some wine for this bachannal
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