Road Town Tortola

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Road Town Tortola
British Virgin Islands
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N 18° 25' W 064° 37'

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When will the Eastern Caribbean ports like Tortola reopen?

Fri Sep 15 16:56:00 CEST 2017 arnekiel

The short answer is: Nobody knows. Some of the lesser damaged ones will hopefully reopen next month or in early November, but the damage sustained to the BVIs, which includes Tortola; St. Thomas and St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, as well as St Martin/St Maarten, was so severe that they may be closed for much longer. But my October cruise was supposed to stop in St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Will it still go there? Probably not. Both ports, as well as other cruiser favorites like Key West, St. John, St. Bart's and Tortola, as well as Havana, received serious damage from the storm. It could be weeks or months before these islands are ready to accept visitors. More at

BVI Cruise Pier Expansion Complete

Thu May 28 09:35:38 CEST 2015 arnekiel

With the expansion complete, the BVI cruise pier in Road Town, Tortola, is now 1,039 feet long and 60 feet wide. Mooring dolphins provide another 273 feet, giving a grand total of 1,312 feet of berthing space. Now the pier can safely berth two ships up to 180,000 tons each.

BVI: Work on Cruise Pier Expansion Underway

Thu Sep 04 10:54:28 CEST 2014 arnekiel

Work on the BVI Cruise Pier Expansion Project is currently underway, and was marked on Sept.1 by the Minister for Communications and Works Honourable Mark Vanterpool and Managing Director of the BVI Ports Authority Claude O. Skelton Cline, hosting a tour. Government officials highlighted both the marine and landside work currently happening at the Cruise Pier, according to the port authority. On the marine side, IDL Projects and Meridian Construction Joint Venture Company is responsible for the strengthening, lengthening and widening of the current pier. Vanterpool said in a statement that piling for the marine works may begin as early as this week. The company will also dredge in and around the pier facility and turning basin to allow safer maneuvering of ships; remove an existing rock face that currently protects the land and replace it with a bulkhead for better protection of the landside; and establish a 20-foot boardwalk along the southern waterfront which will eventually handle pedestrian traffic. The scope of work for the expansion involves the lengthening and widening of the cruise pier to more than 1,300 feet and 60 feet, respectively. The pier is also being strengthened to accommodate ships up to 170,000 tons. Along with the pier work, the project also includes a landside development, called Tortola Pier Park, which will feature commercial, retail, entertainment and green spaces, open to the public.

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