The project consisted in the construction of two 721.7 ft-long piers for cruise liners, which allow the mooring of ships with a length of up to 984.2 ft. These piers are interconnected by a 394 ft-long walkway in order to facilitate passenger boarding and disembarkation. They are made with a deep foundation based on prefabricated elements and a reinforced concrete superstructure, with a 32.8 ft-wide operational walkway, as well as a perimeter marginal pier formed by concrete slab stakes, which allows to maintain the necessary depth for navigation. Additionally, they are equipped with all necessary services, such as garbage collection, wastewater extraction and the supply of potable water.
The piers increase the mooring capacity from one to three cruise ships simultaneously, which means, in landing volume terms, a growth from 2 500 to 7 500 people on any given day.