Scarlet Ibis was laid down as a car and passenger ferry by Ferguson Brothers Shipbuilding & Engineering in Glasgow, and was launched in May 1960. She operated as a ferry between Port of Spain - Tobago and Scarborough until she was replaced by bigger and more effective ferries in 1996. She was rigged down and prepared to be scuttled as an artificial reef and dive attraction. She was towed out of harbor and scuttled 7.July 1997, and rest today on a depth of 18 to 31 meter outside Mount Irvine.

Former names:
Scarlet Ibis
60,4 x 11,3 x 3,0 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
1268 grt
Glasgow ( UK ) 1960
Port of Spain ( TT )

Last updated: September 2016