MarAd agrees to assist Guam with $195M maritime expansion

(HAGATNA, Guam) — The U.S. Maritime Administration and the territory of Guam have agreed on a memorandum of understanding to make improvements to Guam’s maritime and port infrastructure, the Pacific Daily News newspaper reported. The master plan will cost an estimated $195 million. The expansion is needed because the U.S. government plans to relocate thousands of U.S. Marines and their families to the island.
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By Professional Mariner Staff