Puerto Plata US$65.0M Carnival cruise port full steam ahead
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.- Executives of the cruise ship company Carnival Corporation yesterday reiterated they’ll build a tourist terminal in nearby Maimón Bay, and expect it to bring social and economic development and spur the relaunch of cruise tourism in the North coast destination.
In a gathering in Maimón, representatives of the Miami based company said they work to start the construction of the project as soon as possible.
Carnival executives Jeffrey Ranick, David Canndib, Fabio Valenzuela and Manuel Corpas met with Maimón personalities, Government officials, hoteliers and other tourism business leaders.
Ranick, of the shippers Báez & Ranick, associated with Carnival in building the Maimon terminal, said the gathering served the various sectors who were informed on the important project, be built at a cost of US$65.0 million.
“It was a magnificent opportunity for the public to be present in the Maimón project, since the impact that such an important tourist work will have in this community.”
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