Panama: Marine Concession in Causeway Expanded

For 20 years the company Amador Marina will have available 11 acres of sea bottom for the construction of breakwaters, piers, and slips for yachts up to 220 feet and other amenities.

Monday, April 14, 2014

The estimated investment is $22 million, and the Panama Maritime Authority in return will receive, at the end of the twenty year award, the sum of $5,086,000.

The resolution of April 8, 2014 by the Cabinet Council of Panama states that it was agreed "... to grant a concession contract that awards a total area of ​​11 hectares + 3411.05 m2, located on the Amador Causeway, township of Ancon district and province of Panama, for a term of twenty (20) years to the country AMADOR MARINA, SA "

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