Today the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the approval by Royal Order of the creation of the Works Committee of the Port of Palma, its own port
The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands, in ordinary session on 22 December 2021, has selected the best offer in the tender for the operation of the small craft dock in the port of La Savina, which was awarded to the company Puertos y Litorales Sostenibles, S.L. Six bids had been submitted for the operating tender.
The occupancy fee set out in the tender documents was 154,000 euros; however, the winning bidder proposed an improved occupancy and activity fee of 830,000 euros. This covers both the body of water and the land. The permit will have a duration of one year - extendable up to three years - from the date it is granted.
The operation consists of 12,510 square metres, with 412.3 metres of mooring line, a ground floor building of 1,066 square metres made up of premises and arcades, plus 330 square metres of uncovered terraces. The licence holder will manage the whole complex and the commercial premises will be made available to third parties.
The occupancy permit will allow the mooring of 91 pleasure boats, from 8 to 24 metres in length.