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Great turnout for the adapted yoga masterclass in the Port of Eivissa

Around fifty people took part this Saturday in the charity yoga master class promoted by the Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB) which was held in Es Martell square in the Port of Eivissa.  The Es Port. 360 Experiences event, which was organised to celebrate International Yoga Day, was open to the general public, with all proceeds going to the Adapted Sports Association of Ibiza and Formentera (ADDIF).

 

After the event, the Balearic Port Authority's delegate in Eivissa and Formentera, Ignacio Revilla, said, “At APB, we are extremely grateful to attendees, collaborators and sponsors for their participation in this first Es Puerto. 360 Experiences event.  We hope to make it the first of many to be hosted at our facilities, contributing to the overall wellbeing of all the island's citizens”.

 

Es Port. 360 Experiences had internationally trained yoga teacher Shylasvsyoga, artist Diana Pintado and pianist Lorena de Tena, and was awarded the AIS (Accessibility Indicator System) accessibility certificate by the Accessibility and Social Responsibility Foundation. This APB promoted event was organised by Rotary and Club Ibiza International and Puro Bienestar, with the support of the Eivissa Council, Eivissa Town Hall, Pimeef and the Neighbours and Traders Association of the Port of Eivissa.

Two new lanes on Palma's Maritime Promenade towards Portopí open to traffic on 25 June

The Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB) will open the new lanes to traffic on the land side of Palma's Maritime Promenade on Tuesday 25 June. These lanes will be partially opened to traffic pending the completion of some unfinished work on the initial section of the project.

The two lanes that will be operational as of next Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. are those heading towards Portopí, from the Auditorium to the Paraires tower. The remaining stretch that runs from Avenida Argentina to the Auditorium will be operational once the pending adaptation work has been completed to a high standard.

 

Coordination

These roads will be opened in coordination with the Mobility Department of Palma City Council and the Local Police, in order to guarantee smooth traffic flow in the city.

 

This project brings the works on Palma's new Maritime Promenade into Phase 2 and 3, which affect the central and seaward sides of the road.

 

The APB improves the Port of Eivissa’s breakwater for mooring boats during weather warnings

The Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB) is carrying out improvement work on the breakwater in the Port of Eivissa to moor vessels in a contingency situation. This work has meant that part of section of port dock has been blocked off. Pedestrian access to the dock is only restricted at the far end.

 

Floating pontoons and a mooring train are currently being installed in the breakwater shelter for use as temporary moorings during weather warnings. This measure addresses the lack of sufficient shelter in various areas of the Port of Eivissa in the event of contingency situations.

 

The works are scheduled to be completed in mid-July. Over €500,000 has been invested, and the company in charge of the work is Servicios Profesionales Submarinos (SERPROSUB).

 

The works are being carried out in such a way as to minimise the impact on the licensees, port users and citizens in general.

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