A friend and I came into BON yesterday evening on UA1402 with 737-700 N16732. When we drove to our first dive this morning the plane was still sitting there at 1030 despite being scheduled for UA1401 at 0730. (It was also still there at 1830 after our last dive of the day.) Out of morbid curiosity I checked online and yep - "Canceled Due to Aircraft Maintenance." Sure am glad it didn't break down while we were on it. When we UA only operates a few times a week to BON - all on Saturday. Two from IAH and one from EWR, and a lot of the year just the one from IAH. What happens to the passengers when you have a malfunction at a remote station like this? I sincerely doubt there are enough hotel rooms on the island to handle 100+ displaced passengers, even when you take into consideration a good portion of them are probably couples or traveling together. Any insight? Or anyone know what happened to these people today?