The Cruise Pier project is making great strides. The project has seen tremendous changes and from our last video presentation, buildings 2 and 3 are complete and were signed over to the BVI Ports Authority.
Members of the Caribbean Shipping Association and other relevant business persons will for the next three days deliberate and share information on developing shipping in the region.
The 14th annual Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference commenced today and will run from May 11 to 13. The event is being hosted by the BVI Ports Authority and over one hundred and twenty delegates are in attendance.
Topic: Community Development, Tourism | Posted By: kduncan
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 - 2:15pm
Ladies and gentlemen, this journey began less than one year ago, on May 8, 2014 when we broke ground for the expansion of this cruise pier project. At that time, I promised you a new day for our tourism product.
Importers of unclaimed goods left for more than two months at Her Majesty’s Customs and the BVI Ports Authority are advised that these items must be cleared by Friday April 10 to avoid having them sold at public auction.