The Calero Marinas group has announced an agreement that will see it develop yet another marina in the Canary Islands. Marina Jandía will be built on the Morro Jable site in the south of the island of Fuerteventura. The government-commissioned project will cost €8.5 million.

The announcement of this initiative was attended by the president of the Canarian government , Paulino Rivero, as well as the president of Canarian ports and the Minister of Public Works, Transport and Regional Policy, Domingo Berriel.  The president of the Cabildo of Fuerteventura, Mario Cabrera was also present and referred to José Calero, president of Calero Marinas in the following comment:  "Based upon his previous achievements, we have a guarantee that the work carried out here will be of a very high standard and will provide a quality, complementary  offering to tourists.”

Once completed the marina will boast a total area of 64,180m2, with an additional 2000m2 of housing and shops. There will be 290 berths up to 35m.

Calero Marinas has pledged its commitment to filling the vacancies created by the project with local labour.




The awarding of the contract: (from left to right) Domingo Berriel, Paulino Rivero, Mario Cabrera y José Calero.

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