The northernmost point of entry to Costa Rica is situated on Guanacaste's Gold Coast. The International airport is
less than an hour's drive from the marina. Situated below the hurricane
belt and sheltered from the easterly trade winds of Papagayo, this
marina should offer a safe haven (albeit a five star one!)
Clearance and Immigration facilities are available here.
The marina has 350 wet slips for yachts ranging in size from 35’ to
240’ in length. Reports are that the marina is very exposed to the trade
winds which can make berthing tricky. Chafe gear and sturdy spring
lines are recommended to minimise the effects of the surge.
The harbourmaster is reported to be very friendly and helpful, as are the staff.
Tel:011 506 2696 2266 180 b. /15 megayacht b. <220 ft (67m) maxi draft: 25 ft (7,6m)
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