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Wednesday 30th September 2020

Marinas

Tender awarded for Larnaca port and marina

The long-awaited €1.2 billion redevelopment of Larnaca port and its marina got the final green light Monday after the Transport Ministry sent a 'Successful...

Frustration at latest Kissonerga marina delay

Delays in finding a consultant to carry out a study into the Kissonerga marina and cruise ship docking facility construction is scuppering plans to develop the wider area according to community leader.

Larnaca port and marina project delay to end soon

Larnaca port and marina redevelopment project has hit a four-month delay in signing contracts with MPs demanding an update from the government but officials said the wait will soon be over.

30-year Paphos marina saga continues

The thirty-year saga of the Paphos marina continues with news that moves to study a proposal to create the marina at Kissonerga with docking facilities for cruise ships is about to get underway.

Ayia Napa Marina starting operations soon

Ayia Napa marina is in the final phase of construction and is gearing up for the start of operations with the entrance and berthing of the first boat on January 27 marking the beginning of the marina’s pilot operations.

Larnaca port and marina gets go ahead

The redevelopment of the Larnaca port and the 600-berth marina is expected to start soon following an agreement reached between Cyprus and Israeli investors after year long negotiations.

Paphos marina may have cruise ship facilities

The cabinet has given the green light for a study that will look into the possibility of building facilities for cruise ships as part of a proposed Paphos marina at Kissonerga Potima Bay to the north of the town.

More work needed on Ayia Napa marina

Although progress with the construction of the Ayia Napa marina is moving ahead as planned, it seems that more time may be needed to complete some of the infrastructure needed for the project.

Larnaca marina faces legal challenges

Legal action against the government's decision to award contracts for the Larnaca marina and port to be developed by an Israeli consortium have been filed with the administrative court.

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