The Coast Guard intercepted a party boat with 76 people on board who were headed Down The Islands yesterday. Following a report of an overloaded motor vessel slipping berth from Alcan Bay, Chaguaramas, Coast Guard officers intercepted and escorted the vessel back to the bay where a headcount was done. Onboard were 40 females and 36 males who were handed over to the police. In a release, the Coast Guard reminded citizens and other maritime users that under current Public Health Ordinance “it is illegal to be part of any gathering exceeding ten people whilst engaged in any maritime activity.”
The Barkeepers & Operators Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BOATT) has issued an apology to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, for statements made by former interim president, Teron Mohan, following the PM’s press conference, yesterday, Saturday 21 November 2020.
After three days on the rough seas, 16 Venezuelan children, the youngest a four-month-old baby and the eldest child 14 years, along with 12 adults, mostly women, returned to the shores of Trinidad.