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Eivissa
01/07/2013

The Port of Ibiza’s new Botafoc Quays came into service today to handle goods vehicles and regular ferry passenger traffic thus complying with the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands’ (APB) commitment to divert heavy port vehicle traffic away from the city centre on 1st July.

 


Palma de Mallorca
28/06/2013

The APB has been awarded the Felipe Moreno University Tourism School’s Gold Shield to mark its contribution to cruise tourism. The APB Chairman, José Mª Urrutia, was given this year’s top prize by the School’s director, Felipe Moreno, at the academic year’s closing ceremony held last night at the Sant Francesc school in Palma de Majorca. Urrutia thanked the School for the award and highlighted the hard work put in by APB staff to win this prize.


Palma de Mallorca
18/06/2013

The new Botafoc Quays at the Port of Ibiza, which are soon to come into service, were handed over yesterday to the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands.  

 

Yesterday afternoon, nearly seven months after the work was finished, a ceremony to hand over the quays was held and was attended by the Development Ministry inspector, the Port Authority Chairman, José Mª Urrutia, and representatives of the consortium made up of Ferrovial Agromán, S.A., Construcciones y Estudios, S.A. and Construcciones Llull Sastre, S.A.

 


Palma de Mallorca
30/05/2013

Today, the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands’ Board of Directors approved the terms and conditions for the public tender to operate the Levante Quay for large yachts at the Port of Ibiza, more commonly known as the La Marina Quay. The management will be based on a twelve-month temporary occupancy authorisation. Subsequently, a new tender will be put out for an administrative concession with the same purpose. 

 


Palma de Mallorca
30/05/2013

Today, the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands’ Board of Directors approved the terms and conditions for the public tender to manage the recreational and leisure craft moorings at the inner Poniente Quay at the Port of La Savina for a maximum period of twelve years.

 


Palma de Mallorca
16/05/2013

The APB  gave an official reception today for the cruise ship Carnival Sunshine, coinciding with its first stopover in the port of Palma. The director of the APB, Jorge Nasarre López, presented the captain of the boat, Guiseppe Juisa ¸ with a plaque commemorating the event. Among those attending was shipping agents representative from the company, Baleares Consignatarios.


Maó
10/05/2013

This morning and for the first time, the Port of Maó played host to the MSC Simfonia, the largest vessel ever to berth at the Minorcan port. To commemorate this historic event, a simple plaque-exchanging ceremony was held on board the ship which was attended by the Mayor of Maó, Àgueda Reynés; the Minorcan Regional Tourism Minister, Salomé Cabrera; the APB Chairman, José María Urrutia, and MSC’s General Manager in Spain, Emiliano González.

 


23/04/2013

The APB  gave an official reception today for the cruise ship Carnival Legend, coinciding with its first stopover in the port of Palma. The director of the APB, Jorge Nasarre López, presented the captain of the boat, Guiseppe Donato¸ with a plaque commemorating the event. Among those attending was shipping agents representative from the company, Baleares Consignatarios: José Sennacheribbo.


Palma de Mallorca
17/04/2013

The Palma de Majorca Provincial Court has sentenced the company Formentera Mar to pay the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) the amount of €26,000 in addition to the costs incurred at first instance, on the grounds that it has obtained “unjust enrichment” to the detriment of the port body. 

 


Palma de Mallorca
16/04/2013

This week, the extension of the Port of Palma’s Poniente Quays is due to come into service in response to the heavy demand for berths in the Mediterranean which can cater for large cruise vessels. The extension work was handed over yesterday, 15th April, and on Thursday 18th, the 292-metre long Costa Deliziosa, which has a capacity of 2,800 passengers, will be the first vessel to dock at the new facilities. 

 


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