Phase-one of Puerto Mágico at the cruise ship terminal in Puerto Vallarta will be completed in December 2019. This first phase mainly includes the handling of larger cruise ships at the port, according to Alejandro Lemus, general director of Puerto Mágico.
The second phase of the project that faces Francisco Medina Ascencio Avenue will house the parking garage and additional commercial spaces, expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2020.
Alejandro Lemus points out that Puerto Mágico is definitely a very ambitious project of the group of investors who believed in it, who have been looking for a unique experience to be generated in Puerto Vallarta and also throughout Mexico.
Through an experience that captivates not only tourists but also the people of Puerto Vallarta, this through events that will take place day after day with which he insisted, will seek to generate a unique experience for those who visit the port, either because they arrived on a cruise, because they included it in their vacation itinerary or simply because, as Vallartans they decided to go to Puerto Mágico for the day.
At the same time, he said, the cruise companies have shown great interest in this project since its inception, he mentioned that he has had countless meetings with them so far this year and maintains a close relationship always seeking to provide services that are attractive to them.
“Part of the efforts that have been achieved is increasing the number of cruises and larger cruise ships that the port can accommodate and will begin this year with the Carnival Panorama,” said Alejandro Lemus.
During the press conference, there was no update on the previously announced plans for Mexico’s largest aquarium, tequila museum or promenade at the cruise ship port.
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