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TRINIDAD and Tobago’s newest fast ferry, the Buccoo Reef, arrived at the Port of Port of Spain yesterday.
The vessel and crew will remain in quarantine and travellers will not be able to use the ferry for about a month.
There are also plans to acquire a dedicated cargo ferry.
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan and chairman of the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) Herbert George were on hand when the 100-metre-long US$72 million vessel slipped into a berth at the Cruise Ship Complex at 3 p.m.
People began flocking to Macqueripe Bay, Chaguaramas, on Thursday after it officially reopened.
And while Trinidad and Tobago is marking a four-day Easter weekend lifeguard officers said they will be on duty throughout the holidays but they are not well equipped.
SHOUTER Baptist Archbishop Barbara Gray-Burke wants the faith to get its own secondary school.
She said yesterday that after having successfully managed a kindergarten and a primary school it was time the Shouter Baptists get their own secondary school.