Global Ports Holdings to Operate Nassau Cruise Port for the Next 25 Years

   August 29, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Global Ports Holdings (GPH) will operate Prince George Wharf and related areas at The Bahamas' Nassau Cruise Port for the next 25 years.

According to an agreement with the Government, GPH joined forces with the Bahamas Investment Fund and Yes Foundation to create Nassau Cruise Port Ltd. (NCP) consortium.

Global Ports Holdings announced the company will use its operating model and global expertise to manage Nassau Cruise Port.

The Nassau Cruise Port Ltd. consortium will invest up to US$250M to improve the cruise passenger experience in Nassau and to construct a new terminal to expand the capacity of the port.

Port of Nassau (New Providence Island, Bahamas)

The new cruise port facility will feature an intermodal area with taxis, parking spaces, bus stops, space for electric trams to transport cruise tourists between the vessels and the terminal building. The NCP will build events and entertainment area, food and beverage facilities, as well as improve the existing retail space in order to enable artisans and farmers to sell their produce. Work will be carried out to improve traffic flow, signage, and transport connections.

Your personal data will be processed and information from your device (cookies, unique identifiers, and other device data) may be stored by, accessed by and shared with third party vendors, or used specifically by this site or app. Some vendors may process your personal data on the basis of legitimate interest, which you can object to by managing your options below. Look for a link at the bottom of this page or in our privacy policy where you can withdraw consent.