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Panama Cruise Terminal bidding suspended

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The new Panama Cruise Terminal is designed to handle two large ships up to 380 meters/1,247 feet each
Public bidding for the operation and maintenance of the new Panama Cruise Terminal has been temporarily suspended.

This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

New tender date to be advised

The Panama Maritime Authority said it has informed interested companies that once the suspension of the public bidding has been lifted, a new date to submit tenders will be announced.

The Panama Cruise Terminal is designed to handle two large ships up to 380 meters/1,247 feet each at a finger pier with the potential for further capacity as needed.

Earlier this year, modified incentives for cruise ships homeporting in Panama were outlined.

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