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Name The Pier Contest

After going through the many submissions CPA received, the judges agreed on three finalists. Vote for one of the options and be a part of history.

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The Ports of Curaçao

The Ports of Curaçao offer a wide range of berthing options, facilities and maritime services for among others cruise and passenger arrivals, cargo shipments and crude distribution.

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Cruise Development

The Rif Seaport Curaçao development is dedicated to providing the best experience for the local community and cruise visitors from arrival to departure.

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Commercial Development

The development of the St. Anna Bay will expand on the downtown experience with a mix of residential, commercial and entertainment areas along both sides of the canal.

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Name The Pier Contest

After going through the many submissions CPA received, the judges agreed on three finalists. One of the finalists will become the official name of the second pier, which will cater to mega cruise ships and other large vessels. The public will be able to vote until May 22, 2015. The winner will be announced on June 3, 2015.

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Latest news

News

    CPA signs MOU with Nederex and Damen Shipyards

    Curaҫao Ports Authority NV (CPA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Nederex BV. and B.V. Damen Shipyards Gorinchem on the 30th of April 2015. Read more »

    CPA renews agreement with Van Oord

    The renewed agreement is a modernized version of the previous one, which reflects the responsible manner in which CPA is managing commercial developments Read more »

    CPA signs Sister Port Agreement with the Port of Miami-Dade

    “This Sister Port Agreement contributes to the strategic formula towards the continued development of the ports of Curacao,” said de Castro. Read more »

    Emma Bridge back in service

    The Queen Emma Bridge was back in service on March 31, 2015, after being out for repairs a little over two weeks. Read more »

    Emma Bridge temporarily out of service for repair work

    Curaҫao Ports Authority (CPA) will take the Queen Emma Bridge out of service today for 2 to 3 weeks for repairs. Read more »