Over the next four years, the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has agreed to allocate an annual €189,000 to detecting and repairing leaks in the Port of Palma’s water supply.
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) will begin the building works on 5 jetties at the Poniente dock at the port of Mahon in order to install 154 new moorings for recreational boats. The works have a budget of €416,000 and the company awarded the contract is the joint venture made up of Estructuras Condal, Ciomar and Antonio Gomila.
The project consists of installing the 5 jetties that will offer water and electricity supply services to 154 moorings, 5 of which will be designated for boats that are 15 metres long, 44 for those that are 12 metres long, 17 for those that are 10 metres long and 78 moorings for boats up to 8 metres long. In addition, there will be 10 moorings designated for repair shops: 5 for boats up to 10 metres long and 5 for those up to 12 metres long.
When allocating these 154 moorings, consideration is being given to prioritising any recreational boats with expired mooring permits. With these works, the APB aims to reorganise and improve the offering of moorings for recreational boats at the Port of Mahon and, above all, respond to the requests for mooring points directly managed at this port.
The manager of these moorings will be the winner of the tender put out for this purpose, which will be announced when the Board of Directors of the APB chooses the most beneficial proposal in the meeting scheduled for the end of February.