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The Port of Belize Limited has invested three million dollars to acquire a 55 foot highly specialized vessel purchased in Chesapeake Virginia. Christened “Oliver 108” named after PBL former Chief Marine Pilot Oliver Estell who …

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Armenia Government School makes Educational trip to PBL
Monday, 8 May, 2017 – 17:54 | No Comment

On February 28, 2017 the Standard six class from Armenia Government School visited the Port of Belize Limited for their Social Studies and Science P.S.E. class to gain knowledge on the Port economic contributions to …

Sacred Heart College makes educational trip to the Port
Monday, 8 May, 2017 – 17:40 | No Comment

Sacred Heart College 4th form students
Sacred Heart Students gives small token
On Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 the fourth (4th) form Business students of Sacred Heart College visited the Port for their Principle of Business class on …

Universidad De Quintana Roo Visits the Port
Monday, 8 May, 2017 – 16:59 | No Comment

Universidad De Quintana Rooon Friday, November 11, 2017 students from the Universidad De Quintana Roo, commercial systems program visited the Port of Belize Limited Facility. The purpose of the trip was for the students …