After years of decreasing traffic in the port of Alcúdia, in 2021 coal is no longer among the goods embarked and/or disembarked in the port.
PAB will build two new berths in the port of Palma for cruise ships of over 300 metres in length Palma de Mallorca, December 5, 2007. The Port Authority Balearic Islands (PAB) presented today, the project for the construction of a new pier at the western end of the existing docks of Poniente in the Port of Palma, which will provide dockage services for two large vessels, mainly cruise ships. The proposed construction will make it possible to dock four vessels of great length in this zone of the port. Specifically, the existing piers will be extended by about 50 meters and two new berths of 380 meters will be created. It is anticipated that this project will be completed during the current legislature with a budget of approximately 23 million euros. The port of Palma has received a total of 1,043,633 cruise ship passengers from January to November 2007, which represents an increase of 13 percent compared to the same time last year