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WATCH: Saint Lucia Finalises Agreement To Redevelop Port Castries, Soufriere Waterfront

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The Government of Saint Lucia and Global Port Holdings have finalised a landmark agreement to redevelop Port Castries and the Soufriere waterfront.

In addition to undertaking needed upgrades to Port Castries, Saint Lucia will be poised to receive larger cruise passenger volumes and increased port calls.

Saint Lucia’s tourism sector stakeholders, including vendors, taxi drivers, land and sea tour operators, will benefit directly from the increased commercial activity.

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. And just when will government ever fix the obstacle courses that used to be roads? And what about finishing the Gros Islet highway! These roads are very dangerous!

  2. ” … Saint Lucia’s tourism sector stakeholders, including vendors, taxi drivers, land and sea tour operators, will benefit directly from the increased commercial activity …”
    again – braying to THESE “stakeholders” just to keep them happy and quiet!!! This talk, and spinning top in mud is now stale, and see-through ….

    These new ports will only sustain SLASPA as they will be the ones pocketing all the money from landing and Parking fees (which are quite high!). You all don’t fool ME one bit!!

  3. i am very excited about this i hope its not going to be a situation where mostly all the big heads like cox and others coming with their big coasters to make all the money for themselves. this definitely looks promising

  4. @ lab lets not forget rayneau daughter who bought bananes bay she will be getting a fat pocket to cause i heard it was mention there will also be developed. who knows she maybe will build a restaurant

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