The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Oman signed a contract for a project to construct Daba fishing jetty in the Governorate of Musandam.
The project has been assigned to Oman based Construction Company, Al Sarouj Constructions Company. project value in USD $104 million.
The contract was signed by Dr. Ahmed bin Nasser al-Bakri, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (In-charge of the Ministry’s Tasks), and Karim Samaan Shukri, CEO of Al Sarouj Constructions. The detailed of works comprises an asphalt road, a road junction to the jetty, electricity and lighting works, a water network, rainwater drainage, and investment-guided land mapping. The project also includes various facilities to serve fishermen: A 60-meter stationary berth for fishing boats, a 190-meter beach for anchoring small boats, and two 70-meter floating berths. This is in addition to the manufacture of a boat chute, the rendering of a 5,000-sq-metre yard to serve the hotel, restaurants and travel and tourism offices, a 570-meter mooring, and floating anchors having a total length of 200meters. The project comprises the addition of facilities to serve the division of fisheries, tourism, trade, and Royal Oman Police, in addition to other service facilities. A 2000-meter-long breakwater will be set up, along with a 10-meter-deep jetty. The two breakwaters (existing and new) will be provided with sailing lights at the entrance. Facilities serving the business and transport sector include the allocation of a 150-meter-long stable berth and the grading of open places totaling 4,700 square meters to serve adjoining buildings and business establishment.