Caribbean Strategic Itinerary Vision Plan

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Tortola Pier Park, Road Town, BVI 

A massive $75million development plan for a cruise pier and surroundings in Road Town has been presented by the British Virgin Islands’ Government.


The development referred to as the Tortola Pier Park will include a retail village, community park, market, ferris wheel, boardwalk, a terminal building, a chapel and trolley lines.


The investment in the project comes from IDEA and G2IGroup plus their sources uder the proposed plan, Government will have to lease the land for 48 years to the developers.


Minister for Communications and Works, Hon. Mark Vanterpool and Hugh Darley, President of IDEA presented the proposed plan to the public during a meeting on June 27.


The total investment is $75million and will be divided equally in three parts, with $25million for pier and excursion dock; $25million landside development; and $25million community investment.




Historic Port of Falmouth, Trelawny Parish, Jamaica

Opened in March 2011, the Historic Falmouth Cruise Port (HFCP), Jamaica represents the exciting redevelopment and reopening of the historic port in Falmouth, Jamaica.


The project includes the creation of a themed retail shopping destination alongside a dock with two berths capable of hosting the world's most modern cruise ships, including Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's (RCCL) Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, two of the world's largest cruiseships.


Historic Falmouth Cruise Port is being pioneered as the first-ever thematic cruise port destination and commercial development centre, transforming the historic town of Falmouth, Jamaica into a host city for the growing cruise industry.

Harvest Caye, Stann Creek, Belize

The proposed resort on Harvest Caye, just south of the Placencia Peninsula, has been approved by the Belize Department of the Environment (DOE) and the National Environmental Advisory Committee (NEAC). The Environmental Compliance Plan (ECP) for the project is not yet available because DOE says it was just sent to the developer last week.

According to the EIA and amended EIA, the resort will include:

* Private airstrip (to be constructed on fill)
* 11.27 acres of private residential development on the smaller end of Harvest Caye, including:
o Apartments: Seven 3-story buildings - 14 one bedroom apartments, 28 2-bedroom apartments and 14 3-bedroom apartments - total of 122 rooms in 56 apartments
o Beach villas to be constructed on stilts (6 feet in height) (10 one-bedrooms, 5 2-bedrooms - 20 rooms in 15 buildings)
o Over-the-water villas (not clear how many on Little Harvest)
* 10 acres of hotel rooms, over-the-water villas, conference center and utility areas on the main Harvest Caye area
* Spa
* 3 restaurants (one on a pier, one on the beach and one in an open area)
* Marina
* 4 piers
* Retail (shopping) center
* 2 beach areas

Fill for the island and the airtrip will be dredged from northeast of the caye, the lagoon on the caye, access channel area (dredged to 8-10 feet) and area of proposed runway

-760 guests at full capacity.
-Water will come from Big Creek (same water source as Placencia and Seine Bight).
-76 employees will be needed, with 26 living on-site
-Harvest Caye is a prime area for manatee.

Port Castries, St. Lucia

St Lucia’s government is “fully committed” to the redevelopment of Port Castries, according to Deputy Prime Minister Phillip Pierre.


The plan is to transform Port Castries into a “modern shopping plaza for cruise passengers, visitors and locals.”

St Lucia recently held talks with cruise giant Royal Caribbean, which could be considering a partner on the project, according to a government statement.


The government said it had instructed the Saint Lucia Air & Sea Ports Authority to provide a timeline to Royal Caribbean to finalize discussions with the reported partner and to “proceed with discussions with other potential partners if that deadline is not forthcoming.”


St Lucia said it would “only endorse a reputable partner” on the project.

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Port of Marigot, Marigot, St. Martin
The entire complex is named Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise & Cargo Facilities. The new cruise pier is also named The Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise Pier in honor of Dr. A.C. "Claude" Wathey. Dr. "Claude" Wathey can be credited for transforming St. Maarten from "just another island" into one of the leading tourist destination in the Caribbean with one of the highest standards of living in the region. 

It was his visionary leadership, which led in 1964 to the opening of the island's first deep water pier, rightfully named in his honor "The A.C. Wathey Pier" or affectionately ' The Big Pier". He continued pressing for much larger harbour facilities to cope with the demands and potential of a rapidly growing island. 

The new Cruise Terminal Building is named The John Craane Cruise Terminal in honor of Mr. John Craane better known as "Boochie". Mr. Craane worked for the Island Government of St. Maarten for 33 years. In 1963 he became Assistant Harbour Master and was promoted to Harbour Master in 1978. He retired in 1987 following injuries sustained on the job. 

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Tampa Bay Sunshine Pier

Tampa Bay Sunshine Pier- Floating Pier Platform in JV with Port Manatee.  A proposed $300 million US Dollar Pier Project and $50 million US Dollar landside develop in Port Manatee.   Additional investment in 12 high speed ferry vessels at $4 million ea.  or $48 million.

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