GPH to Manage Cruise Operations in Antigua

   February 7, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Global Ports Holdings (GPH) will manage all of Antigua's cruise port operations for the next 30 years following the signing of a concession agreement with the Government of Antigua and Barbuda.

According to the contract, Global Ports Holdings will be responsible for running the cruise ship operations at the main cruise port of the island in the capital St John’s, as well as vessels that anchor close to Falmouth Harbour.

Port of St Johns (Antigua)

Image: Port of St Johns (Antigua)

The company will finance the completion of a brand new pier to enable St John’s port to accommodate Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class (world's largest passenger liners). GPH will also invest to improve the current retail facilities at the port and build new retail, food and beverage facilities.

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