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Two Consortia Tender For Construction And Management Of Málaga San Andrés Nautical Sports Area

Two consortia tender for construction and management of Málaga San Andrés nautical sports area

Source: Autoridad Portuaria de Málaga (APM - Port Authority of Málaga)
Málaga, Spain (PortSEurope) December 2, 2020 – Two consortia have submitted bids for a tender to build and manage a nautical sports dock with the capacity to 500-600 berths at Málaga port. They are: Consortium 1 – Marina Málaga San SL and Marina de Formentera SAConsortium 2 – Formentera Mar SA, Ailana Cubed SL and Port Med Málaga SL Given the current conditions presented by
the international market in the field of nautical sports activity, this project, aimed at berthing boats up to 30 meters in length (with the possibility of two more berths of up to 50 meters in length), represents a important opportunity to place the port on the national and international map of nautical sports activity. Scope of the concession The project, foreseen in the revised text of the Special Plan for the Port of Malaga and approved in 2010, includes in its ordinances the creation of a marina to meet the demand for this type of traffic, which reveals an upward trend in recent years. The future concession will have an area of ​​water surface on the right bank of the Guadalmedina river that consists of 100,000 m² . To this surface we must add an area of ​​land around the sheet of water, which will be 28,000 m². Applications The San Andrés marina will be intended for citizen-port use, which will include a nautical complex and a sailing school as well as restaurant area, small shops and specialized stores. In turn, the dock will have various spaces for specifically port use, such as a control tower, warehouses and workshops for the beached area of ​​the marina and a dry marina. Revitalization of the west zone The marina is part of the project contemplated in the Special Plan of the Port of Malaga to revitalize the western area of ​​the public-port domain, corresponding to the San Andrés platform, which will also house an auditorium, a cultural building and the headquarters of the Oceanographic Institute. The latter is in the last phase of the construction process. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de Málaga (APM – Port Authority of Málaga) Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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