Port Vila Wharf Capacity increased to two Cruise Ships

Cruise Ship

Post by Richard Butler | 9 August 2016 |

The Director of South Seas Shipping, Mr John Tonner today revealed that the Cruise Tourism Committee has successfully completed its Traffic Management Plan for the wharf area and it plans to make it available from the next year. Also it paved another way for the growth of Tourism and Trade in Vanuatu. The wharf facility can now hold ships with up to 5000 tourists and also two vessels at a time.

Along with the cruise Vanuatu Airport runway repair is also on the verge of completion and Virgin Australia has also resumed their services to Bauerfield this Sunday, said AVL Chairman Bokoa Kaltongga.

All good news for anyone interested in the forward movement of tourism ventures in Vanuatu, like the potential owners of Pacific Haven Resort.

 

Richard Butler

Besides Co-Editor here, Richard is Co-Editor at EscapeArtist.com/vanuatu and has written a popular book on Vanuatu, How the WTO Will Change Vanuatu and How You Can Escape to this South Pacific Island Paradise available on Amazon.com. Richard is a Resort and residential property developer, marketer, and project construction manager who fell in love with the South Pacific islands of Vanuatu and for 3 years 2012 to May 2015 has been a successful Trade Commissioner for the Republic of Vanuatu. So successful that the government reappointed him in April 2017 for a further 3-year term!

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