Cruise Terminal in Phu Quoc Island

Client/Owner: Vinamarine - MOT (2014), Kien Giang Province (2015 - 2016).

Location: Phu Quoc Island, Kien Giang Province, Vietnam.

Total area: The terminal is located in the town of Duong Dong for luxury cruise ships carrying 5,000 - 6,000 passengers & 20,000 DWT.

Our services include:

  • Topographic & Hydrographical Surveys
  • Geotechnical Investigations
  • Computer Simulation & Modellin
  • Master Plan
  • Feasibility Study; EIA Report; Basic Design
  • Supervision

The Project Site - Phu Quoc Island, named Pearl Island, recently unveil her beauty to the world. With the the fast-growing tourism lately, many infrastructure projects have been being carried out to connect the island with mainland and other international destinations which including the international airport and the cruise terminal. There are plans to develop Phu Quoc to be a centre of eco-tourist, relax, and high-end entertainment with beautiful beaches, eco-resorts, primeval forests, coral reefs, and luxury hotels with casino and many other attractions.

Phu Quoc International Cruised Terminal is located near the current tourist routes of 19 cruise lines operating the itineraries to Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and others Northeast Asian Countries with 34 ships providing 113 cruises operated in the region. Upon starting operation, Phu Quoc International Cruised Terminal will attract more tourists to visit to this very beautiful island.

After completion of construction, the facilities of Phu Quoc International Cruises Terminal will include 01 berth with 409m length to accommodate passenger vessels up to 225,000GT (Oasis-class ships of 360 m long, 66 m wide, 9.3 m draft and 5,000 - 6,000 passenger berths); 01 breakwater with the total length of 850m to protect the port basin; passenger terminal, 1 km access bridge, berth for yachts, navigation channel, turning basin and others.

This project is invested in the form of a public - private partnership (PPP) model. The investment cost is approximately 1,600 billions VND.