Costa Rica aims to extend marina concessions

Costa Rican legislators will son be presented with a bill that proposes to extend concessions for tourist marinas to 35 years from the 20 years at present.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

The bill proposes a 15-year minimum with extensions of 10 years at a time.

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Tourism Concessions in Historical Sites in Colon

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A bill presented in Panama would allow the construction of marinas and docks and the granting of concessions to develop tourism activities in historic areas in the City of Colon.

The initiative presented in the National Assembly on August 4, aims to increase the influx of tourists to the historic areas of Portobelo and San Lorenzo, declared patrimony of humanity 34 years ago.

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Marine Law Reform in Costa Rica

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The National Assembly has approved amendments to Law 7744, extending concessions to 35 years and reducing the associated red tape.

The new law, which has been in discussion in Congress for more than three years, reduces procedures for concessions to 12 months.

The director of the Inter-institutional Commission on Marinas and Wharves, Oscar Villalobos, said the environmental assessment conducted by the Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) is essential to get a marina concession.

Proposal to Grant Concessions for Islands in Costa Rican Gulf

April 2011

The bill being presented seeks to promote rural community tourism by granting concessions on the islands in the Gulf of Nicoya for up to 35 years.

In order to promote the social, economic and ecotourism development of the islands in Costa Rica's Gulf of Nicoya, a bill presented recently to the country's congress recommends establishing concessions to be awarded as a priority to Costa Rican's living on the islands in possession of the appropriate papers and permits from the local municipal government.

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