The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is advising that the M.V Cabo Star will not be sailing on Saturday 07th April, 2018.
There are 28 passengers with vehicles, from Port of Spain, that were required to travel on the cancelled sailing of the T&T Spirit on this day.
The port is asking these persons to bring their vehicles on Sunday 08th April, 2018 to be transported on the Cabo Star.
Check- in of vehicles starts at 9 am for the sailing at 12 noon.
The vessel will sail from Tobago at 11 pm.
Following an notice of the cancellation of sailings due to rough seas this weekend, the Trinidad & Tobago Inter-Island Transportation Company (TTITC) now says there will be one sailing, on Sunday.
The T&T Express will sail from Port-of-Spain on Sunday 25th February at 2 pm, the statement said.
Earlier the had announced that rough sea condition had forced it to cancel sailings this weekend.
All sailings of the T&T Express have been cancelled this weekend as a result of the Rough Seas bulletin issued by the Met Office.
The Trinidad & Tobago Inter-Island Transportation Company (TTITC) has issued a statement to remind the public that at this time of the year the sea conditions can impact on the sailing schedule as, from time to time, the wave heights are predicted to be in excess of the acceptable 3 metres for the passenger vessels.
On Friday 2nd February 2017, the motor yacht Passagemaker, crewed only by Peter Quentrall-Thomas, arrived in Chaguaramas after crossing the Atlantic from the Canary Islands to Trinidad - a distance of nearly 3,000 miles, traversed non-stop in 19 days.
Passagemaker is 55 years old, constructed of 35 tons of Burmese teak.
Powered by a 30-year-old Ford diesel engine, she did not falter. The sails were not used once. At one point no ship was seen for 10 days.
Quentrall-Thomas, 71, says it was a personal challenge to make the crossing totally on his own.
The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago and Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Transportation Company Limited (TTIT) is advising that due to the Rough Seas Bulletin issued by the Meteorological Office, the sailings of the T&T Express from POS have been amended, until further notice, to depart at 2 pm instead of 3.30 pm as initially scheduled.
A statement by the TTIT says the Sunday sailings from Tobago will depart at 8.30 am instead of 9.30 am as scheduled.