|Capital of Levantx|
The inner harbor of Port Levantia
- 1 History
- 2 What To Eat
- 3 Night Life
- 4 Where To Stay
- 5 Historic Sights
- 6 Getting To and From Port Levantia
- 7 Getting Around Port Levantia
- 8 Working In Port Levantia
- 9 Living In Port Levantia
- 10 Sister Cities
What To Eat
Levantx Grand Premi
The Levantx Grand Premi (Burgundian: Levantx Grand Premi) is a Formula One motor race held each year on the streets of Port Levantia since 1954. It is considered to have a rising importance to the Formula One circuit since the 1990s and has become known for its "exceptional grandeur, technicality, and growing prestige."
The race is held on a narrow course with many elevation changes and harrowing hairpin turns. This tends to lead to a "slower race overall" but both the difficulty and stunning views lend to a rather dramatic effect on racegoers, regardless. It is also considered one of the deadliest circuits, claiming over 20 lives in its short tenure.
The race is known for drawing an elite crowd including members of most of the world's cadet royal branches and many business magnates. It has been termed the "Après-ski" of the racing world, with a focus of the crowd being more on whose-whose rather than whose racing. The most prestigious viewing boxes for the race are situated on the bandstand set up at the entrance to the Casino Imperiau.
International Mega-Yacht Convention
Annual Beach Volleyball Classic
Where To Stay
Getting To and From Port Levantia
Getting Around Port Levantia
Working In Port Levantia
Those who aren't working in the dockyards and shipping industries are considered to have "metropolitan" jobs. These consist primarily of tourism, retail, government, and service sector jobs. The largest employers are the Grand Levantine Hotel and Casino (6,549 employees), the offices of the City of Port Levantia (5,836 employees), the Levantine Ocean Island Authority (5,631 employees), and du Herreng Custodial and Management Company (4,237 employees). The remainder of the employers are smaller but more diverse and bring a vibrancy to the city.
Recently, the Levantine Ocean Island Authority's bill to reduce corporate taxes on Levantx and Medimeria was passed and a burgeoning technology startup sector has begun to emerge. Between 2025 and 2029, 24 new tech startups have been incorporated in Port Levantia, employing 184 people. One of the major speed bumps to the continued growth of these companies is the lack of local technological capacity. This has led to an influx of technologically savvy youth from the Isle of Burgundie, Ultmar, and around the world to start to consider Port Levantia as an option. To meet this demand a lot of construction has been undertaken to create work and living space that is enticing and inviting for the "foreign" youth. This has been accompanied by plans to introduce a public transit system to the city and to redesign the roadways with more pedestrian and bicycle friendly routes.
|Port of Port Levantia|
|Operated by||Burgundian West Punth Trading Company|
|Owned by||Levantine Ocean Island Authority|
|Type of harbor||Deep-water seaport|
|Land area||89 km2|
|Size||171 km2 (311 km2 total jurisdictional area)|
|Available berths||65; Production Berths: 4|
|Annual cargo tonnage||362 million|
|Annual container volume||32.2 million TEUs|
|Value of cargo||103.485 billion Imperial Dollars|
|Passenger traffic||354,564 cruiser passengers|
|Annual revenue||2.03 billion Imperial Dollars|
|Net income||157 million Imperial Dollars|
In contrast to the variety of "metropolitan" jobs, "harborport" jobs are only those relating to the running of the harbor and employ the majority of those living on Levantx. The port's massive facility and service needs employee around 1 million people. The port is decidedly underdeveloped but this that is an intentional decision by the Levantine Ocean Island Authority in order to keep the islanders employed. This means that of all of the Burgundian port facilities the port of Port Levantia maintains the lowest profit margin.
Despite its generally underdeveloped status, much of the harbor automation research for other Burgundian ports occurs in the Experimental Future Port Terminal on the extreme eastern side of the port's campus. This terminal sees very little actual trade and was scheduled for demolition and sale to the Revenue Guard in 1997 when a small division of the Burgundian North Levantine Trading Company proposed the creation of a proving ground for new technology that they were developing in port automation. Their bid was accepted and they rebuilt the terminal to be completely modular and easily modifiable for their needs. The project employed 15,000 and prompted the creation of a small urban and civil engineering academy that the company still hosts. The terminal currently employs 637, mostly engineers from the Isle of Burgundie, but in the last 4 years, an increasing number of locals have taken advantage of an educational scholarship offered by the company and are returning with relevant degrees to work for the terminal.