The Buccoo Reef fast ferry has completed one of two stops on its homeward journey to Trinidad and Tobago. The vessel, which was built in Australia by Incat, left there on March 8.
The National Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (Nidco) said the Buccoo Reef had arrived at Port of Pape’ete, Tahiti, French Polynesia for bunkering on Tuesday and left on Wednesday.
Its next stop is at the Panama Canal – a ten-day, 4,546-mile journey.
After the vessel goes through the Panama Canal it will travel another 1,154 nautical miles to the Port of Port of Spain.
Nidco said it looks forward to the timely arrival of the Buccoo Reef.