The APB extends Puertos y Litorales Sostenibles' authorisation to operate La Savina harbour's east dock
This one-year extension was provided for in the contract and represents the last possible extension for the present authorisation
The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) approved the final extension of the term allowed in the temporary occupation authorisation to operate the eastern dock for small boats in the port of La Savina at its latest meeting, held yesterday in Palma. Puertos y Litorales Sostenibles is the company currently occupying and operating this area, after being chosen as the most advantageous solution in 2021 following a public tender.
This most recent extension is for one year and is the second extension allowed by the current authorisation's terms and conditions.
Puertos y Litorales Sostenibles manages a surface area of more than 12,500 square metres, with 400 metres of mooring line. It also includes a ground floor building measuring 1,066 square metres made up of commercial premises and arcades, plus 330 square metres of open-air terraces. The occupation authorisation will allow the mooring of 91 recreational boats, from 8 to 24 metres in length.