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New Banana Coast Artist Rendering Released

May 5, 2011

Banana Coast Artist Rendering

Grande Trujillo Autoridad, the company that co-owns the Banana Coast Cruise Terminal released the artist rendering of the Ocean Front Commercial Center.   The port site boasts 50,000 square feet of retail, themed restaurant and its architectural design replicates the boom times of the banana trade, says Randy Jorgensen.  It will also include a wide variety of shopping experiences from international to local brands.  Passengers arriving at Banana Coast will have five ways to access their areas of interest, whether by boat via the onsite marina, by bus or taxi from the transportation hub, or by walking along the walkways to the bars, restaurants and Historical Center.  There will also be a replica train where visitors can hop-on, hop-off along the continuous circuits of the beach and Historical Center.

The Life Vision office in Canada has already received numerous international queries from individuals and companies interested in leasing space at the commercial center.  Banana Coast will be one of the largest mainland cruise passenger ports along the north coast of Honduras and is designed to accommodate the new post panamax cruise ships which are becoming the standard size for the Caribbean Cruise Circuit.  Examples of these ships are OASIS OF THE SEAS and ALLURE OF THE SEAS and they accommodate over 5,000 passengers each.


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