The creation of this itinerary was one of the demands and a concern, both of the Mayans and the city council and the central government, with a view to serving the island with more weekly connections, which came to be effective, adding that in this currently, Maio is receiving four weekly connections with Ro-Ro ships.… Read More
The Mayor of Maio defended today that a new era has begun in terms of the development of the island of Maio, with the inauguration and entry into operation of the expansion and modernisation works of the port this Wednesday.
Miguel Rosa expressed this opportunity, within the framework of the inauguration of the requalified port, which, as he said, will enable more mobility and connectivity with the other islands in the country, mainly with the island of Santiago and with the world.… Read More
The Prime Minister said today that there are investments that change people’s lives and the economy, noting that the Government is building the present and future of the island with the expansion and modernization of the port of Maio.
Ulisses Correia e Silva made these statements when he presided over the opening ceremony of the expansion and modernization works of the port of Maio and of the access road to that port, held this morning, in the city of Porto Inglês, noting that this investment represents a change in the life and economy of the local population.… Read More
The ship Liberdade of the maritime company CV Interilhas made an experimental trip on Saturday afternoon (04 September) to test the technical conditions of the new roll on roll off ramp in the port of Maio, which will be inaugurated next Wednesday.
According to the captain of the ship Liberdadi, José Mariano, the voyage, whose objective was to test the port, which from now on will have two ramps, went “quietly”.… Read More
CV Interilhas awaits Cape Verdean certification to put ship “Dona Tututa” into service.
The directors of CV Interilhas (CVI) assured today that the vessel “Dona Tututa” is in the final stages of preparation for entering into service for the inter-island connections in Cape Verde, after the certification process.… Read More
CV Interilhas, a maritime transport concessionaire in Cape Verde, led by the Portuguese group ETE, will reinforce the fleet with two ships this year, one of which starts operations in May with an investment of four million euros. “In less than two years we will already be on the second ship, to arrive in the coming weeks. And by the end of the year, we are still thinking of bringing another ship to build a fleet of ships suitable for Cape Verde”.… Read More