Vessels and Services
The APT James, the newest addition to the passenger ferry fleet on the inter-island sea-bridge. This new passenger vessel successfully completed its maiden voyage and was officially commissioned on Thursday 21st January 2021. The vessel soon joined the inter-island ferry service and completed its first commercial voyage on Monday 1st February, 2021.
The Cabo Star
On July 24, 2017 the Cabo Star was commissioned into service. The Cabo Star is a conventional Roll-on/Roll-off vessel designated to transport cargo between the islands. The vessel was built in 1988 and is approximately 158m in length with a draft of 7.3m. The voyage takes approximately 6-7 hours with the vessel departing Port of Spain, Mondays to Fridays at 2:00pm and Scarborough at 11:00pm. On Sundays, the vessel departs Port of Spain at 12:30pm and Scarborough at 11:00pm. There are no scheduled sailings on Saturdays and public holidays. The Cabo Star can accommodate 130 passengers (crew included) and 300 vehicles.
The T&T Spirit
On 2007 July 20, the T&T Spirit was commissioned into service. The Incat 060 vessel was converted from a military-type configuration to a passenger-type design to service the inter-island bridge. The vessel is 97.22 metres in length with speed of 30-40 knots. It can accommodate 865 passengers and 180 cars. On board facilities include a cafeteria, a bar and a VIP Lounge.
The Galleons Passage
On 2018 October 08, the Galleons Passage was commissioned into service. The Galleons Passage is a Catamaran RoRo passenger ferry, built according to Lloyd’s Register Rules and Regulations for Classification of Special Service Craft. The vessel can accommodate 400 passengers and 60 cars. On board facilities include a cafeteria, a bar and a VIP Lounge.