HSC T&T Spirit

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Operator: 2002-2005: TACOM, United States Army
2005-2006: Laid up / Conversion
2006-Present: Trinidad and Tobago government
Route: 2006-Present: Port of Spain - Scarborough
Builder: Incat, Tasmania
Yard number: 060
Launched: 2002
Renamed: Incat 060 (construction)
TSV 1X Spearhead (2002-2005)
T&T Spirit (2006-Present)
Homeport: Port of Spain
General characteristics
Tonnage: 6,581 tonnes
Length: 97.22 m (319.0 ft)
Beam: 26.6 m (87.3 ft)
Speed: 42 knots (service), 46.5 knots (maximum)
Capacity: 900 passengers
260 vehicles

HSC T&T Spirit is a fast ferry operated by the government of Trinidad and Tobago.

Launched in 2002, she was initially built as a civilian ferry, but was converted for military use in the final stages of construction. She serviced from 2002 - 2005 with the United States Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) as the first Theater Support Vessel (TSV). During this period she was designated TSV X1 Spearhead. Following military service she was convereted for civilian passanger and vehicle ferry with the Trinidad and Tobago government on the Port of Spain - Scarborough route.


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