THE GALLEONS Passage had regular sailing to Tobago today after rough sea conditions caused the vessel to turn back to Port of Spain on Wednesday.
Port Authority chairman Lyle Alexander told Newsday, in a telephone interview, the vessel was put back into service and was supposed to be running today as normal. He reiterated the vessel turning back had nothing to do with machinery but the sea conditions.
The TT Spirit was pulled from service last week Sunday and Alexander previously told Newsday the problem was with the crank case in the port-side inner main engine, and repairs were still ongoing.
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan told Newsday everything was normal with the Galleons Passage and it was back up.