The Cape Verdean National Ports Administration (Enapor) has launched an international public tender for the sub-concession of nautical recreational facilities – the marinas – the company announced in a statement.
Focused on both Cape Verdean and foreign companies, which have until 2 November 2 to submit the proposals, the competition will run in two phases, and in the first the interested parties will have to deliver a draft conceptual idea-solution, clarifying how they intend objectives of the competition.
In the second stage, with the terms of reference available, Enapor invites pre-selected competitors to present the final technical proposals and the financial proposals, so that “any justified corrections to the initial technical proposals, or specific modifications to the tender documents.”
The call to tender is intended to identify national and international investors who “demonstrate that they have the technical and financial skills, experience and market,” to enter into a sub-concession contract.
Divided into lots according to the typology, there are 10 units to be tendered, including oceanic marinas (two), tourist marinas (one), recreational ports (two) and recreational centres (five units).
The announcement also said that the sub-concession may last for 15 years from the date of publication of the contract and may be renewed for a period ranging from five to 10 years, by agreement between the parties. (macauhub)