A.P.T. James to be dry-docked next week

    A.P.T. James on its arrival in Port of Spain around 3:45pm (Photo credit: Works Ministry)

    The A.P.T. James will be taken out of service on October 27th to undergo its scheduled dry-docking works.

    This notice comes from the Inter-Island Transportation Company, which says the move is in compliance with the shipbuilder’s warranty.

    It says the work will consist of internal and out of water works which will be carried out at Berth #3 at the Port of Spain harbour and at Caribbean Dockyard.

    The vessel is expected to resume service by December 1st.

    It also assured that there will be no disruption in the inter-island operations during this time, as the T&T Spirit, Buccoo Reef, and Galleons Passage will continue operations.