Jan de Nul and China Harbour Engineering (CHEC) have won a contract to design and build the planned cruise terminal on Panama City’s Amador Causeway.
A joint venture, Cruceros del Pacifico, will complete the terminal within two years at a cost of around $165 mill.
The new terminal is being designed as a home port for large ships, having space for two vessels of over 300 m in length. It will also have passenger parking, administrative buildings and green spaces. AMP will manage its operations.
AMP announced plans to develop the terminal last August.