beneteau first 42S7

Beneteau First 42S7 FOR SALE

1996 Beneteau First 42s7

DESCRIPTION

After the success of the First 45F5 and First35F5, Bruce Farr looked to take things a step further in terms of quality, performance and comfort. The result, the Beneteau First 42s7, is a performance-oriented sailboat known for its blend of speed, comfort, and seaworthiness. The 42s7 is a fast sailboat, thanks to its Farr-designed hull and large sail area. It can easily handle a wide range of wind conditions and is known for its excellent upwind performance. This two cabin layout features a salon perfect for entertaining, with the galley that is out of the way, yet secure on passage. Nothing says pride of ownership like a pair of electric Lewmar 54ST, making sailing and getting the dinghy up a lot easier! Sail fast and in style in Alacran, this boat is dialed in for cruising with top quality gear! Load her with food and start your adventure! Stop dreaming, start sailing!

DETAILS

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puerto refugio

Good Nautical: Puerto Refugio in the Northern Sea of Cortez, Mexico

Good Nautical: Puerto Refugio

in the Northern Sea of Cortez, Mexico

29° 32.3883' N  113° 33.5799' W

isla angel de la guardia
Isla Angel de la Guardia

Many say that in the Sea of Cortez you can be where the desert meets the sea.  This is truly the case in Puerto Refugio.

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Puerto Refugio has many lobes to explore on and off the water
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Where the desert meets the Sea
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Sunset in Puerto Refugio

Puerto Refugio is a small cove within the wide bay at the northern tip of Isla Angel de la Guarda. Isla Granito, the 1km long skinny island lying at the entrance to the bay, blocks some of the northerly swell but the anchorage is still very rolly when a norther is blowing. The western cove is very well protected from all other directions.  In the summer months this bay is a calm place to anchor and spend time exploring.  There is a sea lion rookery and a pelican rookery in different parts of the bay.  Many people will visit this bay as their last stop on the way to Puerto Penasco.

Anchorage

Rocks extend from the western point towards the boney finger of rock that juts out from the south side of the cove. Anchor in the northwest corner of the bay in 4.5m on a sandy bottom. The southern part of the bay is scattered with rocks and islets and a lookout on the bow is recommended if trying to enter this part of the cove. Dinghy ashore to the beach and be careful when landing if waves are breaking.

sea lion rookery
Visit this Islet to see sea lion rookery
puerto refugio
Expansive desert surrounded by the Sea.  3 sailboats anchored on the right with plenty of room to swing.

Photos taken in July and contributed by SV ARROW and crew

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 29° 32.3883' N 113° 33.5799' W

 


BOATING LICENSE IN MEXICO

BOATING LICENSE IN MEXICO

You are required to have a boating license while you are navigating your boat in Mexican waters. Every boat owner, operator, and captain at the helm of a vessel must have a  boating license that states you are qualified to operate the vessel. If you have a foreign flagged vessel in Mexican waters then you must have the proper operating license issued by the state or country where you registered your vessel. EVEN IF A BOATING LICENSE IS NOT REQUIRED IN YOUR HOME COUNTRY.

 

The Mexican authorities will likely ask for a copy of a boating license if you are involved in an accident aboard your boat.

 

The states below list licensing, education, or both, as well as age information and links

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Sierra de San Francisco Murals 🇲🇽 Mexico

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Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco 🇲🇽 BAJA CALIFORNIA Mexico

From c. 100 B.C. to A.D. 1300, the Sierra de San Francisco (in the El Vizcaino reserve, in Baja California) was home to a people who have now disappeared but who left one of the most outstanding collections of rock paintings in the world. They are remarkably well-preserved because of the dry climate and the inaccessibility of the site.

The central part of Baja California peninsula is a region of Mexico that concentrates one of the most extraordinary repertoires of rock art in the country, the Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco. The region is insular-like and kept the native peoples relatively isolated from continental influences, allowing the development of local cultural complex. One of the most significant features of the peninsular prehistory is the mass production of rock art since ancient times and the development of rock art tradition of the Great Murals.

Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco baja

The Sierra de San Francisco is the mountain range which concentrates the most spectacular and best preserved Great Mural sites, scale wise one of the largest prehistoric rock art sites in the world. Hundreds of rock shelters, and sometimes huge panels with hundreds and even thousands of brightly painted figures, are found in a good state of conservation. The style is essentially realistic and is dominated by depictions of human figures and marine and terrestrial fauna, designed in red, black, white and yellow, which illustrate the relationship between humans and their environment, and reveal a highly sophisticated culture. The paintings are found on both the walls and roofs of rock shelters in the sides of ravines that are difficult of access. Those in the San Francisco area are divided into four main groups - Guadalupe, Santa Teresa, San Gregorio and Cerritos. The most important sites are Cueva del Batequì, Cueva de la Navidad, Cerro de Santa Marta, Cueva de la Soledad, Cueva de las Flechas and Grutas del Brinco.

 

The landscape of the area is another significant attribute, understood as the extensive physical space in which, through rock art, the thoughts of their early dwellers, hunter-gatherers people who living here from the terminal Pleistocene (10,000 BP) until the arrival of Jesuit missionaries in the late seventeenth century, are expressed.

North of San Ignacio lies a mountain wilderness, the deeply eroded remains of layer upon layer of volcanic outpourings. This rugged mass rises from the surrounding desert to heights of more than 5,000 feet and covers an area 35 miles from north to south and half of that from east to west. From its uplands, there are views west to Scammon's Lagoon and the Vizcaíno Desert, northwest to the even taller Sierra de San Borja, and east to the abrupt eminences of Las Tres Vírgenes, taller and more recent volcanos that tower in front of the Gulf. The sierra embraces a world that would never be suspected from the low, barren lands outside. Groves of palms and pools of water are set between walls of vertical grandeur water-carved from rich-colored rock. A few ranches, built by rustic and hospitable people, nestle near the few water sources. Here also are the grandest reminders of the Painters, corridors decorated by their hands and haunted by their spirits.

Rock Paintings

Showing human figures and many animal species and illustrating the relationship between humans and their environment, the paintings reveal a highly sophisticated culture. Their composition and size, as well as the precision of the outlines and the variety of colors, but especially the number of sites, make this an impressive testimony to a unique artistic tradition.

 

 

Cultural traditions, with roots back to the XVIII century, persist and the Sierra has a strong social value in the role that culture plays in the preservation of the traditional links between mountain communities and the South Californians and Mexicans in general.

Integrity

The Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco encompass an area of 183, 956 ha, where more than 400 sites have been recorded, the most important of them within the reserve, near San Francisco and Mulege, over 250 in all. The inscribed property contains an exceptional repertoire of rock art that convey its Outstanding Universal Value. The sites have remained virtually intact and still have a good state of conservation. The integrity of rock painting sites and their surroundings has been maintained largely due to the situation of isolation and the low population density that prevails in the region.

Protection and management requirements

The Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco are protected by the 1972 Federal Law on Historic, Archaeological and Artistic Monuments and Zones and fall under the protective and research jurisdiction of National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). In addition, the property is entirely within the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve; which grants it with additional protection. The Management Plan has been in operation since 1994 and has proved a successful strategy in the administration of cultural resources of the property. This model emphasizes the importance of defining the meaning of this heritage site, so that all management strategies are consistently directed toward the preservation of the values that make it important. Another key feature is the total involvement of all those groups that have an interest in the area under discussion. The Management Plan focuses on issues such as mitigation of the impact of visitors on sites and control and monitor of access. Some measures included the installation of reversible infrastructure in seven of the most visited rock painting sites and the definition of authorized access paths, the areas open to the public or restricted, and four levels of access for tourists. This system allows visitors to experience a wide range of sites and at the same time protects the majority of those who are very well preserved. In this sense the most popular sites have remained open under this Management Plan. Threats remain that have to be addressed, including those derived from the proposals to construct roads within the protected area which would jeopardize the existing integrity between the landscape and the rock art sites.

Discovery

The medium and long term management expectations include obtaining additional legal protection through the presidential declaration of the area; allocating permanent custodian positions to improve monitoring, enhance the administrative and technological infrastructure of Sierra de San Francisco Information Unit located in San Ignacio town, capacity building for the custodians and guides and improvement of low-impact infrastructure for services.
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OAXACA & MOLE

Oaxaca City in the Centro District in the Central Valleys region of the state. Heritage and cultural tourism makes up an important part of the city's economy, and it has numerous colonial-era structures as well as significant archeological sites and elements of the continuing native Zapotec and Mixtec cultures.

It is the site of the month-long cultural festival called the "Guelaguetza", which features Oaxacan dance from the seven regions, music, and a beauty pageant for indigenous women.


 

The city is also known as "la Verde Antequera" and the variety of structures built from a native green stone. The name Oaxaca is derived from the Nahuatl name for the place, Huaxyacac, which was Hispanicized to Guajaca, later spelled Oaxaca. In 1872, "de Juárez" was added in honor of Benito Juárez, a native of this state who became president, serving from 1852 to 1872.

Zocalo

The Plaza de la Constitución, or Zócalo, was planned out in 1529 by Juan Peláez de Berrio. During the entire colonial period this plaza was never paved, nor had sidewalks, only a marble fountain that was placed here in 1739. This was removed in 1857 to put in the bandstand and trees were planted. In 1881, the vegetation here was rearranged and in 1885, a statue of Benito Juárez was added. It was remodeled again in 1901 and a new Art Nouveau bandstand installed. Fountains of green stone with capricious figures were installed in 1967. The bandstand in the center hosts the State Musical Band, La Marimba and other groups

Museum

Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Oaxaca
is housed in the so-called Casa de Cortés. It is one of the oldest buildings in the city and one of the most representative of non-religious buildings.   Although it has been modified somewhat over the years, it still conserves its basic layout with rooms surrounding three courtyards. The architectural style is basically Andalucian modified by Oaxaca traditions.  The main portal is Spanish Baroque and has three levels. In the first, there are two "tritóstila" columns that support the balcony which has wrought iron railings.  At the top of the window is seal of the Jesuits. The third level contains a central niche with a sculpture of an archangel as well as the coats of arms of the Laso de la Vega and the Pinelo families.

Museum

The architectural style is basically Andalucian modified by Oaxaca traditions.  The main portal is Spanish Baroque and has three levels. In the first, there are two "tritóstila" columns that support the balcony which has wrought iron railings.  At the top of the window is seal of the Jesuits. The third level contains a central niche with a sculpture of an archangel as well as the coats of arms of the Laso de la Vega and the Pinelo families.

Mercado Benito Juárez is located one block south of the Zócalo on Flores Magón and Las Casas but it takes up the entire city block

MercadoBenitoJuárez

OAXACA City Map & Regional Map
Oaxaca

Narrow streets are paved with stones extracted from the nearby mountains

One of the local culinary hot spots RESTAURANT  "LAS QUINCE LETRAS"

Serene setting in the inner courtyard

Delectable and  affordable dishes

And the Favorite "Bichos al Plato III"

SEVEN STYLES OF MOLE

Mole from Nahuatl mōlli, "sauce" is a traditional marinade and sauce originally used in Mexican cuisine. |
In contemporary Mexico the term is used for a number of sauces - see below

 

1. MOLE NEGRO

The “typical” savory-sweet mole mentioned above, and the one most frequently found.onion, garlic, whole spices like cinnamon, cloves, black pepper and cumin, dried chiles, pumpkin and sesame seeds, herbs like hoja santo (which contributes to the dark color) and cilantro, bread for thickening and sometimes dried fruit for extra sweetness.

 

 

2. MOLE ROJO

Red mole, also known as mole poblano,  using many of the same spices and base ingredients and also contains chocolate, but less. Instead, this sweeter, spicier and  versatile version is amped up with several kinds of dried red chile like pasilla, guajillo and ancho as well as pulverized raisins and almonds or peanuts. When the sauce is done, browned chicken, pork or beef is typically added and stewed until tender .

3. MOLE COLORADITO  

This brew translates to “a shade of red,” or “on the nifty side,” depending on what you’re doing in the kitchen. Somewhere between rojo and negro in color, this brown mole shares the base ingredients of whole spices, onions, garlic, seeds and chocolate and features  secret ingredients for thickening and sweetening: mashed ripe plantain.

4. MOLE AMARILLO

Picture all the goodness of the first three moles without the sweet and chocolate stuff and you have a delicious basic sauce to pour over or use as a cooking base   It’s not unlike a simple Indian curry sauce, the sky’s the limit.

MOLE AMARILLO

5. MOLE VERDE

White on the outside, green on the inside — that’s a pumpkin seed. Extra pepitas or pipian, along with fresh tomatillos, jalapenos and cilantro are the key ingredients in bright green mole verde. It can be diluted with chicken stock when it’s finished and poured over cooked chicken to make a soupy sauce mopped up with tortillas or bread.

Mole Verde

6. MOLE CHICHILO 

This one’s a little more intense. Round up all the beef bones y as you’re going to need them. This dark, spicy sauce starts with rich, homemade beef stock. The stock rehydrates dried chiles de arbol, anchos and guajillos which you then blend with the usual slow-cooked garlic and onions. Mole chichilo is thickened with either masa harina, lime-cured corn flour, or crushed fresh tortillas. No chocolate here but excellent for braises.Mole CHICHILO

7. MOLE MANCHAMANTEL 

This  mole is between the bright red chorizo grease, tomatoes and ancho chiles, you do not want to get this stuff on anything white. Featuring fresh pineapple in addition to plantain, manchamantel is a sweet, spicy, fruity sauce . Hence the name - translated into "tablecloth-staining"

MOLE MANCHAMANTEL

HOW TO MAKE MOLE AMARILLO

Mole amarillo (yellow mole) is a traditional Oaxacan dish known for its unique flavor profile, combining chilies, spices, and masa to create a vibrant yellow sauce. Here's a detailed recipe to make mole amarillo:

Ingredients

For the Mole

  • 4 dried guajillo chilies, seeds and stems removed
  • 2 dried chilhuacle amarillo chilies, seeds and stems removed (or substitute with aji amarillo or yellow bell pepper if unavailable)
  • 4 tomatillos, husked and washed
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 small onion, quartered
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 2 tablespoons masa harina (corn dough flour)
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 4 cups chicken or vegetable broth
  • Salt to taste

For the Dish

  • 1 lb chicken thighs or pork shoulder, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 2 medium potatoes, peeled and cubed
  • 2 chayotes, peeled and cubed
  • 1 zucchini, cubed
  • 1 bunch green beans, trimmed and cut into 2-inch pieces
  • 1 ear of corn, kernels removed
  • Fresh cilantro for garnish

Instructions

Prepare the Mole Sauce

  1. Toast the Chilies:
    • Heat a dry skillet over medium heat. Toast the guajillo and chilhuacle amarillo chilies until fragrant, about 1-2 minutes. Be careful not to burn them.
  2. Soak the Chilies:
    • Place the toasted chilies in a bowl and cover with hot water. Let them soak for about 20 minutes until softened.
  3. Blend the Sauce:
    • In a blender, combine the soaked chilies, tomatillos, garlic, onion, cumin seeds, oregano, cinnamon, cloves, and masa harina. Add 1 cup of the soaking water from the chilies and blend until smooth.
  4. Cook the Sauce:
    • Heat the vegetable oil in a large pot over medium heat. Pour in the blended sauce and cook for about 10 minutes, stirring frequently.
    • Add the chicken or vegetable broth gradually, stirring constantly. Bring to a simmer and let it cook for about 20-30 minutes, or until the sauce thickens. Season with salt to taste.

Prepare the Dish

  1. Cook the Meat:
    • In a separate pot, cook the chicken or pork with a bit of salt until fully cooked. Remove and set aside.
  2. Cook the Vegetables:
    • In the same pot used for the meat, add the potatoes, chayotes, zucchini, green beans, and corn. Add enough water to cover the vegetables and cook until tender but not mushy.
  3. Combine and Serve:
    • Add the cooked meat to the pot with the vegetables.
    • Pour the mole amarillo sauce over the meat and vegetables. Stir gently to combine and heat through.
    • Serve hot, garnished with fresh cilantro.

Enjoy your mole Amarillo with warm tortillas ( blue corn if you can )

 

 

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Lote A-18 de la Darsena
Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. Mx 23450
Tel +52 (624) 173-9140
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SAFE APPROACH

Do not approach Marina early mornings on weekends as a large sports-fishing fleet will leave between 6 am and 9 am


Amenities

  • Full Crew Facilities
  • WiFi Connectivity
  • Fitness Center
  • Crew Lounge
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Private Shower Facilities
  • On-Site Shopping & Dining

Marina Cabo San Lucas Mexico Marina Sportfishing Vessels
Services

  • High-Speed Fuel Dock
  • Full Service Marina
  • Vessel Repairs & Maintenance
  • Provisioning Coordination
  • Laundry Services
  • Customs & Immigration
    • Customs & Immigration OfficeA Customs & Immigration Office is located near the marina, however, transportation is highly suggested and can be arranged prior to arrival.US Citizens are required to show proof of citizenship when traveling to and from Mexico. Each visitor needs a valid picture ID and one of the following:
      • A state issued birth certificate with affixed seal, or
      • A naturalization certificate, with laminated naturalization card, or
      • A valid US Passport (expired passports are not accepted)

      To get into Mexico, some travelers may need to bring passport and/or a visa. Coming from the US, no visa is required.

      It is recommended to use the services of a naval agent:

      Available Agents:

      • Victor BarredaOffice: +1 052-624-14-30207Cell: +1 044-624-14-74019
      • Aduana de la Paz, BCSCol Centro, Cabo San LucasOffice: +1 624-105-1638Cell: +1 624-143-0135
  • Onboard COVID-19 Testing Available


MCSL Sportfish
Safety Equipment Requirements

All vessels cruising the Mexican waters should have the following safety equipment on-board:

  • Functional life-vests for all passengers
  • Parachute, orange, and para-rocket flares
  • Bell and/or Whistle
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Flashlight
  • VHF Radio
  • First-aid Kit
  • Anchors
  • Tools

 

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AMENITIES

Marina V&V, is located in front of the second longest barrier reef in the world. It has an extension of 1.5 kilometers and has the capacity to receive 176 boats of up tp 200 feet. We offer world-class services with the best personnel trained in customer service and attention, with the willingness to attend to your needs

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Concierge

VIP Concierge service is available to you 365 days a year from 8-5 pm during your stay with us (applies to boats over 100 feet).

Electricity

Electricity service with the amperage required for your boat.

Captains Room

Captains who visit our facilities can have time for recreation and rest. Enabled with the following services:

  • Billiards
  • Video game
  • Music
  • Football
  • CABLE TV Sky Premier TV

Immigration Services

Immigration services for vessels arriving from abroad that plan to arrive and sail from Mexico.

Fuel dock

The only marina with a fuel station that has a 0% water certification, available from 7 in the morning until 7 at night.
Fueldock

Transportation

Free transportation service on specific days for our VIP clients to the most important Malls in Cancun (Restrictions apply).Marina V&V 2

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Store

Variety of products such as snacks, coffee, beers, wines, water, soft drinks, ice, among many others. We have a delivery service for the products to your boat for your comfort, as well as an entertainment room for the captains where they can have rest and recreation.

  • Spirits
  • Refreshments
  • Ice
  • Water
  • Beers
  • Snack
  • Prepared foods

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LOCATION

The Marina V&V facilities are located in the Continental Zone of Isla Mujeres within the private complex Puerto Mujeres,
just 30 minutes from the Cancun International Airport.

Address: Quintana Roo, Isla Mujeres Continental Zone, Smza 3, Mza 1, Lt 1, Calle Vialidad Paseo Mujeres, CP. 77400.


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Tel/Fax: +52 (998) 888 0973
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Our marina location is the best available as it provides a natural protection against hurricanes, consisting of mangroves vegetation, being this site the more secure between Cancun, Cozumel and Isla Mujeres.

Its proximity to the city of Cancún, approximately 20 minutes by sea, makes it very accessible.
Coordinates: 21º 13' 24"N 86º 43' 52"W


Address:

Carretera al Garrafón Km. 3.5 Sm 7 - Lotes 5, 6 y 8
CAÑOTAL ISLA MUJERES, CONTRATO API QROO.
API-OIMREG-004-058-08
El Cañotal Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico. 77400

Website
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Rates:

Rates 2020 - 2021 Prices per foot per day in US Dollars TAX NOT INCLUDED
Vessel from 30´ up to 80 feet
Daily $1.00  Monthly $0.85  3 Months $0.75  6 Months $0.65
Long Term (By Contract) $0.50
Electricity 30, 50 & 100 AMP $ 0.35 Kw H (por medición/by Meter)
Incluye/Includes Agua/Water, WiFi, Cable TV & 24 hr Seguridad/Security

BOTTOM CLEANING
TO 40 FT $90.00
TO 50 FT $110.00
ANY UNDERWATER SERVICE HR $60.00
QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO. C.P. 77400

 

 

 

Safe way points: Maximum draft 6.5 feet !


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MARINA EL CID - CANCÚN - RIVIERA MAYA 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE OCEAN POSSE

MARINA EL CID - CANCÚN - RIVIERA MAYA 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE OCEAN POSSE

MARINA EL CID - CANCÚN - RIVIERA MAYA   🇲🇽   SPONSORS THE OCEAN POSSE

Marina El Cid is happy to support the OCEAN Posse with a 20% discount over our rates

MARINA EL CID CANCUN

As the only Riviera Maya resort with its own professional boating services, Marina El Cid Cancún features a wide and deep channel –– providing safe harbor to yachts and other large boats. Experience Cancún / Riviera Maya from a truly breathtaking point of view, then drop anchor and enjoy the luxurious accommodations and world-class services of our oceanfront resort hotel and spa. Considered one of Mexico’s finest boatyards by experienced Puerto Morelos boaters and fishermen, our marina accommodates vessels ranging from 25 to 120 feet in length.

 

Harbor Master

José Viruega MangínHarbor Master

Hotel Marina El Cid Spa & Beach Resort.

Mazatlan - Riviera Maya - Cozumel

+52 (998) 872 8999 EXT. 17060

Cel. (984) 117 0064

Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo | México

jviruega@elcid.com.mx
www.elcidmarinas.com
 
TOLL FREE  USA& CAN: 1-888-870-3010

AMENITIES

  • Floating concrete docks, built to rise with the tide
  • Marina Slip Fees
  • Dock carts, locker boxes, drinking water, 30, 50 & 100 amp power, TV cable, fire stations, and 24-hour security
  • Diesel and gasoline fuel dock and pump out station
  • Transient Port Captain check-in facilities are onsite; marina monitors VHF channel 16
  • Inlet and marina depth is 9 to 12 feet (3 to 4.5 meters)
  • Breakwater protects the moorage from north, east, and southeast winds, providing comfort and safety for the yachts
  • Moderate rates for car, motorcycle, and bicycle rentals
  • 24-hour taxi service
  • Ice machines and bait & tackle shop
  • Launching ramps
  • Long-term parking facilities
  • Snack bar
  • Weather services
  • E-mail service
  • Laundromat
  • Restrooms & showers
  • Sportfishing
  • Dive shop
  • Snorkeling, sailing, day cruises, and ecological tours departing daily
  • Marina updates on VHF Channel 16

Marina el Cid Riviera Maya

For more information, please contact us at marinaelcidcancun@elcid.com.mx,
(52) 998 871 0185/(52) 998 871 0185, or direct US toll free 1-855-203-9860

https://elcidmarinas.com/destination/destination-cancun-riviera-maya/

Location & Safe way points:

20°49.7766' N 086°53.3816' W