Island Infrastructure for Mining and
Exploration Support
Port Esquivel is a
multipurpose deep water port
that currently languishes with
an 80% excess handling
capacity and is located only 15
miles south of the property.

The port is owned and
managed by West Indies
Aluminum Co which is owned
by RUSAL.

Twenty percent of the port
handling capacity was used
primarily for the export of
refined alumina and off loading
of supplies and equipment for
the bauxite mining industry.
This has been curtailed due to
the recent downturn in global
demand for alumina.

The east side of the wharf is  
used for the import export of
cement, grain, liquid and vapor
fuels. The port is serviced by
both paved road and rail and is
available for third party use.
7 miles to Bellas Gate
The prospect is ideally located 35 km (22 miles) west-northwest of Kingston, the nations Capital, and
is readily accessible via an extensive network of paved
roads and trails; Phase 1 of Jamaica's
multi-lane, limited access
toll road from Kingston, passes only 12 km (7.5 mi) to the south of the
prospect. This feature greatly facilitates timely access to the property.
PORT ESQUIVEL
PORT ESQUIVEL
OLD HARBOR BAY PORT ESQUIVEL From
Bellas Gate, Clarendon
Clarendon Consolidated Minerals Ltd. 2009 All rights reserved
Port Kingston Harbour
& Tollway
Clarendon
Consolidated Minerals Ltd.
Jamaica West Indies  
N18 02.470 W77 10.686
Fully permitted for all aspects of mineral exploration.
High Grade Gold, Silver and Copper 15 miles from Port