The day after chaos ensued for Isle of Wight ferry Red Funnel passengers, here's what services are running today (Sunday, March 17).

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Yesterday (Saturday, March 16), saw hundreds of Islanders stranded in Southampton ferry terminal, left with no option but to wait to board the Red Osprey vehicle ferry.

Due to technical issues on both Red Jet 7 and 6, the hi-speed passenger service was suspended and will now remain off until at least Tuesday (March 19).

Isle of Wight County Press:

Later in the afternoon, as Red Jet passengers queued alongside customers at the vehicle ferry dock, many watched on as Red Falcon was towed away.

This left only Red Osprey in service - out of the entire Red Funnel fleet - and the route saw more cancellations and delays.

The vehicle ferries are running every hour-and-a-half from East Cowes and Southampton.

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Which Red Funnel ferries are running today?

Red Jet 6 is out with a 'water jet issue'.

Red Jet 7 is out with a 'technical issue within the starboard Jet room'.

Red Jet 4 status is unknown. The County Press has reached out to Red Funnel for clarification. 

Red Falcon is out with an 'issue with the forward main engine;.

Red Eagle has returned to service. The ferry's lower door jammed due to a technical problem at 6am yesterday and was removed from the service. This morning, the vessel is back.

Red Osprey is still in service, and is sailing alongside Red Eagle between East Cowes and Southampton this morning.

To see the latest ferry service status, see the Red Funnel website

Today, Red Jet remains off, but the vehicle ferry service is back up and running, with Red Eagle joining Red Osprey out on the Solent.

The vehicle ferry service between East Cowes and Southampton is currently operating on time.