Photos: Inside the Galleons Passage

The National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) took media on a tour of the Galleons Passage today after it docked in Port of Spain around 11 pm on Monday.

The vessel is expected to service the inter-island seabridge in the next two weeks.

Our photographer Jeff Mayers took the tour and captured these photos of inside TT’s new vessel.

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Vehicle Parking area aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain. The vessel provides parking for 100 vehicles.

 

 

Passenger seating area aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain. The ferry has space for 600 passengers below deck. 

Passenger seating area aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Passenger seating area aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Bathroom aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Life-saving raft aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain

Outside seating area aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Outside seating area overlooks the vehicle parking area on the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Engine Room aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

View from the captain’s bridge aboard the MV Galleons Passage docked at the Cruise Ship Complex at the Port of Port-of-Spain.

Source: Newsday https://newsday.co.tt/2018/07/17/photos-inside-the-galleons-passage/

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