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The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) held an extraordinary meeting in which it agreed to extend the deadline for submitting bids for the management of small and medium-length moorings in the port of Eivissa by 20 days.
During the meeting, the two appeals for replacement filed by the Doce Millas Basic Sports Club and the Ibiza Nautical Club, against the approval of the tender documents, were resolved.
The first appeal filed by the Doce Millas Basic Sports Club was partially estimated, so the APB Board of Directors agreed to make public in the tender documents the information on resident vessels currently in the area of the tender, as well as the seniority of employees hired by the Club Náutico Ibiza, without prejudice to the fact that the subrogation of employed personnel is not contemplated in the specifications. Consequently, it was agreed to extend the deadline for submitting bids by 20 days, following publication in the BOIB (Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands).
On the other hand, the appeal filed by the Club Náutico Ibiza was rejected as a whole.
The tender documents for a license to occupy this space in the port of Eivissa provide for the management of the current moorings, as well as the social building, vessel repair and maintenance area and the nautical sports area. Priority will be given to the reduced rates offered to users of the moorings when evaluating the most advantageous bid.