San Juan port improvement

08 May 2008

Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico's Port Authority has announced plans for a three-year, US$ 200 million improvement scheme San Juan's port.

A new US$ 28 million passenger terminal is planned at the capital city's Navy Frontier dock. A further new dock, will be built at a cost of US$ 27.2 million, with the capacity to handle two cruise ships simultaneously.

Other schemes include the dredging of San Juan bay to increase its draft (and therefore the increase size of vessels able to dock there), and the installation of security cameras.

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