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
CV Interilhas’ new ship is already in Portugal, where it is being prepared to integrate the company’s operation in Cape Verde.
According to a note sent by CV Interilhas, the ship is scheduled to arrive in Cape Verde in May and will preferably integrate the São Vicente / São Nicolau / Sal / Boa Vista / Santiago route.… Read More
Maio Port Modernisation a milestone in island development, a project that integrates the island of Maio as a whole and that is what we consider to be a life project and that will bring more life and more development to the island of Maio, with a tourism that we always wanted for the island… Read More
French investors plan to set up a hotel unit with 60 suites in Porto Inglês, on the Cape Verdean island of Maio, in a €7.2 million investment that will create 60 jobs locally.
According to the government dispatch that grants special status such as tax benefits to the installation by the developers, the investment involves the construction of a hotel that offers high-end tourism and responsibility under the ‘Adults Only’ concept.… Read More
Today, the Ministry of Health changed the framework for the need for tests for inter-island travel. Passengers from Brava and Maio are the only ones exempt from testing for any other island. In return, travelers from São Nicolau, Sal, Boa Vista, and Santiago should take the test on trips to any island.… Read More
Cape Verdean Minister of Agriculture and Environment said today that Cape Verde became the “second most important” spawning point for sea turtles in 2020, with the number of nests in a record of almost 200,000.
“Cape Verde has become the second most important point for the laying of sea turtles in the world”, said the minister.… Read More
CV Interilhas announced today that it is in the process of acquiring another vessel, which will integrate its fleet later this year. It is a ROPAX ship (Roll-On Roll-Off for passengers and cargo) with a stern ramp and equipped with Bow Thruster.… Read More