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How the new waterfront could look, according to Global Ports Holding’s plans.

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FULL STEAM AHEAD: COVID crisis won’t blow Global’s port project off course

Nassau Cruise Port yesterday confirmed it is steaming ahead with Prince George Wharf's transformation after raising $20m more than it needed from Bahamian and foreign investors.

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Global Ports CEO hails port deal as economic bonanza

GLOBAL Ports Holding’s chief executive said yesterday the developer’s $250m ‘transformation’ of Nassau cruise port will generate billions of dollars for the local economy and thousands of jobs for Bahamians.

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$250m agreement signed for cruise port management

THE Minnis administration signed a Heads of Agreement yesterday for a $250m project with Global Ports Holding to redevelop and manage the Nassau Cruise Port.The project will anchor the administration’s efforts to revitalise downtown Nassau.Through it

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Taxi drivers: We won’t be ignored over cruise port

Taxi drivers yesterday warned they will not be “disenfranchised” by the cruise port’s redevelopment, their union president pledging the sector will be “at the forefront of negotiations”.

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Port to be Bahamas’ ‘Sydney Opera House’

The winning Nassau cruise port bidder yesterday said it aims to increase passenger spending by more than 100 percent and transform the entire city into a “worldwide brand”.

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Downtown retail hails port winner as ‘what we need’

Bay Street merchants yesterday said Global Ports Holding’s $250m plan to redevelop Nassau’s cruise port is “exactly what downtown has needed for many years”.

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Cruise lines miss out on port project

The cruise lines were yesterday reassured they will not face excessive port fees after the government selected Global Ports Holding’s $250m bid to redevelop Prince George Wharf.


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