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Amador Cruise Terminal presents 80% progress

Amador Cruise Terminal presents 80% progress

"This modern terminal has the capacity to receive 2 cruise ships at the same time, of 5,000 passengers each," highlighted the Presidency of the Republic.

80% progress has to date the project Cruise Terminal in Panama in Amador, was found Friday by President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo, during a tour of work done by these facilities.

This project has an investment cost that exceeds $206 million, and it is expected that in November it will receive the first cruise ships, reported the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP).

"This modern terminal has the capacity to receive 2 cruise ships at the same time, with 5,000 passengers each," said the Presidency of the Republic.

The Consortium Cruceros del Pacífico -China Harbor Engineerin Company (CHEC) and Jan De Nul Panamá (JDN), is in charge of the new Cruise Terminal, which seeks to locate Panama as a Home Port on the Pacific side, attracting thousands of tourists.


Comments

Oh ya 18 days ago
Makes sense to me as I sure would not get off a cruise ship in the Colon area. Kind of like taking tourists to Watts or Compton and letting them off the bus. And I would think the tourists want to see the city not a getto shipping port town

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