Seamen federation to end 48-hour strike on Saturday morning

5 February 2016
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The seamen federation PNO has announced that its 48-hour strike is scheduled to continue until 6:00 on Saturday morning, after which point ships will gradually begin to operating again.

As such, anyone scheduled to travel on Saturday must contact the local port authorities or tourist agent beforehand, in order to ensure that no changes have been made.

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