Saturday, March 8, 2008

HI Superferry: Drydock extended "Again" to Apr. 22

Gosh, quite a bit of news today. Even the headline from the proponent blog Hawaii Reporter seems like a little bit snappin'...."Again":
Hawaii Superferry Drydock Extended - Again
By Lori Abe, 3/8/2008 1:54:41 PM
HONOLULU - Hawaii Superferry announced today that it is extending the amount of time the Alakai will be in drydock because work to repair damage to the ship that occurred during the drydocking process is going to take longer than was previously projected.
Based on the latest repair schedule, reservations for sailings after April 22 are now being accepted. Updates on the sailing schedule will be issued as they become available....
Lori Abe is a spokesperson for the Hawaii Superferry.

And from their web page:
The amount of time the Alakai will be drydocked has been extended. Sailings through April 22 have been cancelled to complete the necessary repairs and maintenance. Check the latest status.

Aloha, Brad

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