Port Louis Grenada is continuing with its enhancement of the Lagoon area, St Georges which for so many years has lay derelict and neglected. Work is already underway to rebuild the dock from ballast ground island to…
Port Louis Grenada is continuing with its enhancement of the Lagoon area, St Georges which for so many years has lay derelict and neglected. Work is already underway to rebuild the dock from ballast ground island to Ross engineering and further works will involve a sonar survey of the sea bed.
As a result of this and in the interest of safety the Port Louis area of the Lagoon (outlined in the diagram) will be closed to all vessels. Therefore all boats that are currently berthed in the lagoon are advised to relocate before May 16th 2007. This initial closure will be for a period of one week. During this week a series of underwater surveys will be conducted to check water depths and to ensure that the lagoon is free of objects which may be harmful to the environment and to the boats expected to moor there.
Marina Development Manager Danny Donelan says, Peter de Savary is committed to restoring the Lagoon to its former pristine state. He said, We have already made great progress in the lagoon area and have spent considerable time concentrating on the on dredging, hauling out of abandoned boats and cleaning the water of the waste which has accumulated over time.
During this programme of work the Grenada Yacht Club will remain open to receive boats. Port Louis Harbour Master Junior Cuffie will also be available to assist boat owners. In the meantime yachtsmen and the general public can continue to enjoy the good food and unique atmosphere of the Victory Bar and Grill II. A new tender dock is currently underway which will accept small dinghy`s and launches from boats wishes to disembark at the Victory Bar and Grill II.
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