The extension of the Playa Blanca Ferry Port has finally been approved. Find out the details here!
The Vice-president of the Canary Islands Government signed the settlement act to begin the works to extend the Playa Blanca port. The works are set to start during the month of August with a maximum completion period of 48 months, however workers have said the possibility of the new harbour being finished before this deadline is highly likely.
The port will be extended from its current 91470 m2 to 205569 m2 with a new 300 meter long dock that will allow medium sized cruise ships to visit Playa Blanca.
There will also be 48 new berths, giving the harbour a total of 210 berths for recreational, sports and fishing boats.
The new extension will have a maritime station, a 2300 m2 commercial/shopping zone and ample boarding and parking areas for guests.
The project has been given the go ahead and will cost € 39,300.000 to complete.