Dona Tututa ship will stop for three days for “operational intervention”

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Dona Tututa ship will stop for three days for “operational intervention”
Dona Tututa ship will stop for three days for “operational intervention”

Africa-Press – Cape verde. CV Interilhas informed, this Friday, that, for technical reasons, the Dona Tututa Ship will be subjected to an operational intervention from March 8th, lasting three days.

The same source indicated that the resumption of activity is scheduled for March 11th, meaning that all trips carried out during this period by the Ship Dona Tututa, in the destinations São Vicente – São Nicolau – Sal – Boavista-Santiago, are cancelled.

In this sense, CV Interilhas highlights that all passengers with trips purchased for this period are being contacted, with the alternative being the possibility of replacing their trip using the new schedule or the need for a refund. “We ask that you pay due attention to the new programming, now available on our website www.cvinterilhas.cv” .

As indicated by the same source, all teams are committed to ensuring that the Ship Dona Tututa resumes its operations in a timely manner.

“The stop, in addition to being necessary, is mandatory for maintenance under the Ship’s ISM (International Safety Management) Certification, with CV Interilhas being responsible for acting in accordance with the guidelines and impositions that it requires, consequently guaranteeing the ship’s navigability and safely”, he warns.

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