The construction of a quay to accommodate medium cruise liners at Marigot has been a project for a very long time. Team Gibbs 2017 had (re) included it in its program, it's one of the Grand Marigot shipyards. Asked about the subject at the press conference on September 6, he confirmed his willingness to lead the project, however revised.
Failing to build a real cruise wharf on the seafront, it is a question of fitting out that of the port of Galisbay. "We will build an additional 200 linear meters at the existing wharf," said Ambroise Lake, territorial advisor and chairman of the board of directors of the port establishment.
"The public contracts have been launched and the opening of the tenders will take place in early 2020," says Ambroise Lake, which plans to start work in mid-2020. "The duration of the site will be one year," he explains. Or a delivery mid-2021. (soualigapost.com)
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