$48 Million Planned for Tourism Marine

It is expected that in the following months will be built in Bahia Ballena, Puntarenas, a terminal with 93 spaces for berthing boats of different sizes in Costa Rica.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

According to the interactive information system "Construction in Central America" of CentralAmericaData, Deep Trench Developes CR Adventures S.A. presented the Environmental Impact Study (EIA) to build a terminal with 93 spaces available for berthing boats of different sizes.

The port, which will be six kilometers from the Ballena Marine National Park, will have access from the Interamerican Highway south and will have parking areas with 104 vehicle capacities.

The location will have a floating dock with an area of 6 thousand me with a length of 1,860 linear meters, as well as a fuel dock will be built with an area of 417 m2 and 75 linear meters.

The study states that a total investment of $47.8 million is expected for the project.

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