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109 Vessels Ready for Iranian New Year

Image: Ports & Maritime Organization

Laxman Pai

109 Vessels vessels with a capacity of 6000 passengers ready for Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year.

"800 hundred executives providing 24-hour services in Marine Travel Facility plan during Nowruz" said Allah Morad Afifipour, Director General of Ports and Maritime of Hormozgan.

Afifipour said in a statement that there are 49 passenger vessels with 5,361 seats and 59 landing craft with caspacity of 1,960 vehicles.

Of these, four thousand and 90 seats are available in the port of Shahid Haghani and majority o9f landing crafts are in Bandar-e-Pul and Lahat.

This Nowruz is the second year in which guests take on board, and this is welcomed by Marine guests. 800 hundred executives providing 24-hour services in Marine Travel Facility plan during Nowruz.

Referring to the construction of Qeshm's tourist quay infrastructure project, Afifipour said: "Sustainable and effective employment among communities of this island has been a priority of us. In this project, floating docks at seven tourism points in Qeshm Island and two points in the east of the province were Designed and installed this year the infrastructure of these points has been completed"

Apr 1, 2019

 

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