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Work begins on Marina Jandía in Spain

Spanish marina operator Calero Marinas is to begin constructing Marina Jandía this month as part of an investment worth at least €8.5m (US$8.8m). Under the plans, the facility will be able to accommodate its first craft in January 2024.

A total of 310 berths are to be made available in Morro Jable, a town on the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands. The facility on the Atlantic coast will have berths from 6m-50m (20ft-164ft), according to the Diario de Fuerteventura.

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Speaking at a recent event, José Juan Calero, chief executive of Calero Marinas, said the marina project in Morro Jable “represents the establishment of an incredible destination for maritime tourism in the Canary Islands.”

As part of the project, the marina operator plans to open five restaurants and other facilities next to the marina, according to Calero.

Calero Marinas successfully bid for the facility in 2014, but the company’s financial woes, combined with various environmental-related issues, delayed the project’s launch.

The Canary Islands are Spain’s southernmost autonomous community, with a population of about 2.2 million inhabitants.

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