The busiest port on the island of Lastovo, Ubli, will soon get a complete reconstruction as part of a 59 million Kuna project.
The Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure has made a decision on financing the project "Reconstruction of the port open to public transport Ubli on the island of Lastovo" in the amount of slightly more than 59 million Kuna.
This investment will see just over 50 million Kuna from the EU Cohesion Fund and almost 9 million Kuna from the State Budget of the Republic of Croatia.
The realization of this project envisages the reconstruction of the port of Ubli on the island of Lastovo, where the organization of the port will be improved and its capacities will be increased. It is planned to build another ferry ramp with a 110-meter berth. The project provides additional security of docking because now there is only one ferry ramp in the port of Ubli, which is a big problem in case of failure. At the same time, a safe berth is provided for larger ferries, which has not been the case so far, and it is planned to arrange the coast as well as organize traffic and manipulative and pedestrian areas in accordance with the position of the new pier.