Marina el Cid Mazatlan Safe Chart Approach

MARINA EL CID MAZATLAN 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

MARINA EL CID MAZATLAN -  SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE 🇲🇽
23° 16.062´ 
106° 28.119´W

 

Dear Panama Posse

We will love to host members of the Panama Posse in our Marina.
We will honor 15 % discount in our regular rates and for a 7 days stay we will include one day free.

Best regards

Geronimo Cevallos
Harbor Master

MARINA EL CID MAZATLAN
MARINA EL CID MAZATLAN

CONTACT

Marina el Cid Mazatlan Sponsors the Panama Posse
Marina el Cid Mazatlan Sponsors the Panama Posse

Reservation information
Raisa Medrano rmedrano@elcid.com.mx
Email: marinaelcidmazatlan@elcid.com.mx
Tel: +52 669 9163468
TOLL FREE USA & CAN: 1.855.513.4080
Website: elcidmarinas.com/destination/mazatlan/slips/

AMENITIES

  • Potable water
  • Showers
  • TV Cable
  • Laundromat
  • Beach Club access
  • 110V 30/50 AMP Shore power
  • Access to resort facilities
  • 24 hour security
  • Parking for one vehicle
  • Slips up to 120'
  • Fuel Dock
  • Beach Club

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RATES

Marina El Cid Mazatlán offers 120 professionally serviced boat slips accommodating vessels from 25 to 120 feet in length.

View our slip rental fees below:

Length of boat     1 to 30 days                   31 to 90 days                more than 91 days
Up to 59′ $0.80 USD per foot $0.65 USD per foot $0.50 USD per foot
More than 60′ $1.20 USD per foot $0.85 USD per foot $0.65 USD per foot

Note: Rates are in US dollars, per foot, per day. Taxes are not included and electricity is extra.

Special Summer Rates (from June to October)

Length of boat       Rate
Up to 59′ $0.30 USD per foot
More than 60′ $0.40 USD per foot

Note: Rates are in US dollars, per foot, per day. Taxes are not included and electricity is extra.

Electrical Services (30, 50, 100 AMPS) are extra

Minimun rate      $15 USD
0-1000 KW $0.35 USD
More than 1001 KW $0.30 USD

Note: Rates are in US dollars, per foot, per day. Taxes are not included and electricity is extra.

 

GOOD NAUTICAL SAFE WAYPOINTS


 

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OFFICIAL WEBSITE

https://elcidmarinas.com/destination/mazatlan/slips/
https://elcidmarinas.com/destination/mazatlan/slips/

 


2021-2022 Vessels

EARLY REGISTRATION / SIGN UP NOW » for the 2021 – 2022 Panama Posse !

Here are the vessel who are part of the 2021-2022 season.

The seminar’s tentative start dates – which will also be made available online are Thursday Dec 2nd 2021

01 L’EXCURSION     Canada Fountaine Pajot 37′
02 SAMADHI V   Seattle, WA USA Tayana 55′

Vessel Contact Sheet for Participants only »


ROYAL JAMAICA YACHT CLUB 🇯🇲

🇯🇲  ROYAL JAMAICA YACHT CLUB SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

We are proud to welcome the Panama Posse to Jamaica and facilitate the clearing in
Welcome to the best marina facility in Jamaica!

Royal jamaica Yacht Club Sponsors the Panama Posse

Panama Posse Members wishing to contact the Royal Jamaica Yacht Club may email:
manager@rjyc.org.jm, or they may also contact Maxine Chin: accounts@rjyc.org.jm
Our rates for Visiting Vessels is: US$1.73/ ft./ day. 15% will be discounted off this rate.

HISTORY

The Jamaica Yacht Club was formed in 1884 by a group of enthusiastic sailors. On the 29th of November 1889, the Club was granted a Royal Charter by Queen Victoria following a visit by Prince Edward, then the Prince of Wales, who later became Edward VII. Until 1962, when Jamaica became an independent nation within the Commonwealth, the Commodores were all Governors of Jamaica, whether or not they were yachtsmen. In 1963 the Commodore was chosen for the first time from the membership of the Club.

CONTACT

Address: Royal Jamaica Yacht Club
Palisadoes Park, Kingston, Jamaica
Tel:  +(876) 924-8685 , + (876) 924-8686
E-mail:       rjycmanager@flowja.com
Web:                  www.rjyc.org.jm

   

AMENITIES

  • Visitor dock accommodating vessels up to 150 feet in length
  • 120 boats berths
  • Lighted docks.
  • 110/220V shore power 50Hz VAC metered to berths.
  • Potable water metered to berths.
  • Well protected marina in all conditions.
  •  24-hour security service
  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • View of Kingston and the Blue Mountains
  • Large swimming pool
  • Take-Out
  • active in sailing, with races on weekends
  • Two Regattas
  • Jamaica Yachting Association.

 

SAFE APPROACH


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OFFICIAL WEBSITE

 

http://www.rjyc.org.jm/


RIO DULCE APPROACH CHART MARINA NANA JUANA

MARINA NANA JUANA RESORT & BOATYARD 🇬🇹

🇬🇹 MARINA NANA JUANA RESORT & BOATYARD - RIO DULCE - SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE
15°39.508' N   088°59.5833' W

Happy to announce Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard will sponsor the Panama Posse
As a special we will reward the participants with a
10 % discount over all marina, haul out and dry storage Fees  (excl. Electricity )
15 % discount at the Nana Juana Hotel.

Elisa Roitman
GM
Marrina Nana Juana
Rio Dulce

MARINA NANA JUANA RIO DULCE SPOSNORS THE PANAMA POSSE
MARINA NANA JUANA - RIO DULCE - GUATEMALA - SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

 CONTACT

ADDRESS : Km. 274 Carretera a Petén, Río Dulce
EMAIL:  reservas@nanajuanariodulce.com
TEL:  +502 7790 7676
WEB: nanajuanariodulce.com

Marina Nana Juana
Marina Nana Juana

RATES

MARINA

1 Q =  $  $      0.13      
  Monohull   Catamaran  
Mooring x Foot - short term  43.45  $      5.65 59.25  $       7.70 side tie $2 extra x foot
6 months or more 5 % discount           
KWH consumption 3.56  $      0.46      

DRY STORAGE

         
Haul Out x foot  71.1  $      9.24  minimum   $   364.00  
           
Dry Storage x foot x month 39.5  $      5.14 55.3  $       7.19  
      71.1  $       9.24 Catamaran over 45 feet
Bottom Pressure Wash  474  $    61.62      
           
If prepaid 6 months 50% discount of haul out fee
If prepaid 12 months free haul-out and pressure wash

 

 

 

 

Marina Nana Juana & Resort


AMENITIES

Shore-power 110V 30 AMP
Potable Water
Laundry
Recycling
Bar
Resort
Restaurant
Transportation
Showers
Toilets
Spa
Playground
Pool
Tours to Mayan Ruins and National Parks
Airport Crew Transfers

VIDEO

SAFE APPROACH


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ROATAN JONESVILLE POINT MARINA APPROACH CHART

JONESVILLE POINT MARINA 🇭🇳 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

🇭🇳 JONESVILLE POINT MARINA SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE
16°23.2066' N  086°22.5966' W

 

Our Team is excited to welcome and sponsor the Panama Posse to experience Roatan
at the uncrowded east end! We look forward to meeting new people and making lasting friendships!
 
You can check in here or Guanaja or Utila.
In Roatan you must go to the port captain in Coxed Hole as well as immigration.
The Guanaja port captain may coem and check you in If enough boats come within a day
 
We have 2 very close fuel docks, they are small but manageable to get to.  Many fill jerry cans with dingy. 
 
We also have 3 vacation rentals for 1 person up to 10!

 

JONESVILLE POINT MARINA SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

CONTACT

Email  jonesvillepointmarina@gmail.com
WhatsApp
011-504-9967-3803
Website:  https://www.jonesvillepointmarina.com/marina/
Sherri Cell# 011 504 9967-3803
Brian Cell # 011 504 9567-5840

 

2020 rates are 

Daily - 85 cents a foot - will extend .65 PPC calc
Weekly - $2.50 a foot - will extend $2.10 PPC
Monthly - $6 a foot - will extend $5 PPC
RO water 10 cents a gallon, electric 40 cents a KW

AMENITIES

  • Side-tie slips
  • Hot showers (free)
  • Bar / Restaurant Tabs can be run and 10% discount
  • Laundry services available
  • Trash disposal
  • Vessel cleaning
  • Complimentary Internet
  • 110v shore power
  • RO dock water
Dingy docking (free)

We can assist with car or van rentals, scooter rentals, taxis, excursion information and booking.
Close to some groceries, propane and gas, quick dingy ride.
Trips to West End or beaches can be arranged or an East End Cultural tour.

VIDEO

SAFE APPROACH


OFFICIAL WEBSITE

https://www.jonesvillepointmarina.com/marina/
https://www.jonesvillepointmarina.com/marina/

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Cayo largo approach

MARINA MARLIN NAUTICA CAYO LARGO 🇨🇺

🇨🇺 MARINA MARLIN NAUTICA CAYO LARGO SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE
21° 37.3366' N 081° 33.9' W

Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo
MARINA MARLIN NAUTICA CAYO LARGO

 

CONTACT

Tel.: (53 45) 24 8212 / 24 8221
Email: comercial@marlin.cls.tur.cu

 

Marina cayo largo
Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo largo

SAFE APPROACH





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OFFICIAL WEBSITE

https://www.nauticamarlin.com/
https://www.nauticamarlin.com/

Huatulco - Tehunatepec

MARINA CHAHUE 🇲🇽

🇲🇽 MARINA CHAHUE

MARINA_CAHUE
MARINA_CAHUE

email: egutierreza@fonatur.gob.mx
email: pjimenez@fonatur.gob.mx
email: marinachahue@hotmail.com

Reservations VHF 16
or call
+52 958 587 2652

emails

MARINA CHAHUE SAFE APPROACH


MARINA CORAL 🇲🇽

🇲🇽 MARINA CORAL ENSENADA, MX SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

Hello Panama Posse - Good Afternoon

With Pleasure we would like to offer a discount of 15% of our published rates to the participants of the Panama Posse

Contact us below via email  to check for availability and please let us know your vessels dimensions to confirm your reservation

To clear into or out of Mexico please have the following original valid unexpired documents with you upon arrival for clearing in and out

  • USCG  Vessel documentation or registry
  • Proof of Mexican Vessel Liability Insurance
  • Passports and Crew List for everyone on board
  • Vaccination record for pets
  • Active and Valid Temporary Import Permit TIP (or it can be obtained for a nominal fee at customs in Ensenada, MX  upon arrival or via Mexican Consulates)
  • Fishing Licenses if you plan to fish in Mexican Waters

 

Marina Coral Sponsors the Panama Posse
Marina Coral Sponsors the Panama Posse

CONTACT MARINA CORAL

VHF 71
Toll-Free:  1-(866)-302-0066
Tel Mex: +52 (646) 175-0085
Email: marina@hotelcoral.com

fito Harbormaster marina coral info

View of the Marina Coral

AMENITIES

Hotel Coral & Marina is home to the premier marina in Ensenada, a world-class facility boasting 353 slips and access to the hotel’s five-star amenities and services

  • Mexico Clearing in and out assistance
  • 350 concrete slips (30’ to 65’)
  • End ties (64’ to 109’)
  • 30/50 amps shore power available
  • Water, cable TV & free Wi-Fi
  • Telephone service (in some docks)
  • Electronic dock access
  • 24/7 security guards on the docks & surveillance cameras
  • Reinforced, breakwater-protected marina
  • Only fuel dock in Ensenada with filtered diesel & gasoline
  • Free pump-out service at fuel dock
  • Purified water is available
  • Daily dock trash collection service
  • Complimentary shuttle from docks to hotel
  • Dock carts
  • Fish-cleaning station

Hotel Amenities Include: 

  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Indoor & Outdoor Pools
  • Water sports desk
  • 24-Hour security
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
  • Jacuzzi
  • Fitness center
  • Business center
  • Complimentary parking
  • Guest laundry facility and dry cleaning services
  • Sundries shop

 

SAFE APPROACH


 

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Website Marina Coral
Website Marina Coral

Cabrales Boatyard Safe Approach Chart

CABRALES BOATYARD SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

CABRALES BOATYARD SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

Cabrales Boat Yard Sponsors the Panama PosseCabrales Boatyard is very excited to support the voyages of all the participants of the Panama Posse with a 15 % discount of all services

Cabrales Boatyard is a full service facility that offers Marine Travelift haul outs up to 150 tons and a large capacity dry marina. Puerto Peñasco has historically been the safest harbor from hurricanes in the Sea of Cortez. Enjoy proximity to major hubs like San Diego, California, which is located to the Northwest 230 miles away or a quick drive to Phoenix, Arizona is 170 miles due North.

CABRALES BOAT YARD_Sponosrs the Panama Posse
CABRALES BOAT YARD_Sponosrs the Panama Posse

CONTACT

Tel: +52(638)112-0204
email: scabrales@cabralescorp.com

Address: Astilleros Cabrales SA
Calle de las Rosas,
Recinto Portuario,
83554 Puerto Peñasco, Son., Mexico

Cabrales Boat Yard Sponsors the Panama Posse

 

 

SERVICES

  • 150 ton boat Hoist
  • 15 ton crane
  • 20,000 Pound forklift
  • 300 Ton Launch ramp
  • General Engineering Services
  • Paved Five Acre site for dry-docking RV Motorhomes are welcome
  • Engine servicing and repairs
  • Fiberglass
  • Gel coat blister repairs
  • Woodwork
  • Sand blasting
  • Power washing
  • Primers and barrier coats
  • Topside and bottom paint
  • Hand painting and spray painting
  • Varnishing
  • Welding: Steel, aluminum, Stainless steel
  • Machine shop
  • 24 hours security, showers, cruisers lounge, laundry
  • Dr. Shrink Wrap
  • COPPERCOAT antifouling.


LOCATION

31° 18.4666' N 113° 32.675' W

 

CABRALES BOAT YARD -  SAFE APPROACH


cabrales bpat yard website
Cabrales Boat Yard website

Coronado

Coronado San Diego Bay 🇺🇸 California USA

Coronado San Diego Bay 🇺🇸 California USA
Hotel Del Coronado

CORONADO is a vibrant community with historic and present day navy heritage and offers a rich history. Just over the bridge from San Diego is this small, tree-lined beach haven island, which is really a peninsula connected to the mainland by a neck of land named the Silver Strand.

 

San Diego land boom

In the mid-1880s, the San Diego region was in the midst of one of its first real estate booms. At that time, it was common for a developer to build a grand hotel as a draw for what would otherwise be a barren landscape.
c. 1910, Hotel del Coronado and Tent City, Coronado, CA

Coronado Beach Company

In November 1885, five investors went together to buy all of Coronado and North Island, approximately 4,000 acres and in April 1886, Babcock and Story created the Coronado Beach Company, after which they established a number of additional enterprises to support the development of Coronado. The Coronado Ferry Company built wharves and storage facilities and developed ferryboat service between Coronado and San Diego; The Coronado Water Company piped fresh water under San Diego Bay from the San Diego River; The Coronado Railroad Company provided rail lines in Coronado and eventually a "Belt Line" connected Coronado to San Diego via the Strand. Hotel del Coronado also boasted one of the largest electrical power plants in the state, providing service to the entire community of Coronado until the 1920s.

Coronado Del

The men hired architect James W. Reid and his brother Watson Reid helped supervise the 2,000 laborers needed for the construction of the grand hotel.

" It would be built around a court... a garden of tropical trees, shrubs and flowers,... From the south end, the foyer should open to Glorietta Bay with verandas for rest and promenade. On the ocean corner, there should be a pavilion tower, and northward along the ocean, a colonnade, terraced in grass to the beach. The dining wing should project at an angle from the southeast corner of the court and be almost detached, to give full value to the view of the ocean, bay and city."

 

TREES ON CORONADO

There is a unique list of heritage trees on the island from many areas around the world.

  • TORREY PINE / Pinus Torreyana is the rarest pine in the United States and is native to this area
    Well-cared for, Coronado's Torreys grow to more than 50 feet in height.
  • STAR PINE located in Rotary Plaza was designated a Heritage Tree on April 3, 2008. This Araucaria Heterophylla is native to Norfolk Island in the SW Pacific and was transplanted to this location by Supt. Bandel in 1936.
  • MORETON BAY FIG located adjacent to Star Park at 1121 Flora Avenue was designated a Heritage Tree on December 7, 2011. Ficus Macrophylla, native to northeastern Australia, has heavy buttressing trunks that spread to support a massive crown that can grow to more than 100 feet in diameter.
  • FERN PINE / Afrocarpus Gracilior (previously known as podacarpus g.) are from eastern Africa. 
  • ITALIAN STONE PINE  clearly visible from the streets  is believed to be the largest in the City and was planted as a one foot Christmas tree in 1965. A native of southern Europe, Pinus Pinea grow well here, producing paired bright green needles in a dense umbrella shape.
  • DEODAR CEDAR located in the second block of the Orange Avenue  was planted in 1952 as one of the forty-two memorial trees to replace the trolley tracks that were removed after World War II. This Cedrus deodara, native to the Himalayas.
  • SUGAR GUM is a stately Eucalyptus cladocalyx is representative of the Sugar Gums that were planted on this block at the beginning of the 20th century. Eucalyptus were imported from Australia soon after California's Gold Rush, 90% of them being Tasmanian Blue Gums. The Blue Gums are structurally weak and have other problems which these Sugar Gums lack.
  • NORFOLK ISLAND PINE  was designated a Heritage Tree on February 5, 2015. Araucaria heterophylla, sometimes called Star Pine, is native to a small beautiful southwest Pacific island. It grows wonderfully well and very tall in Coronado. This beautiful specimen about 100 years old is on the property of a historically designated home moved from Ocean Boulevard after the 1905 storm that washed away some of the boulevard.

The Heritage Trees of Coronado

 DOG FRIENDLY BEACH 

Voted one of America’s finest beaches Coronado is known for its pristine sandy beaches with sand  courtesy of the mineral Mica.
You can even bring your four legged friends to North Beach, where dogs are allowed off-leash year round!
Dog Beach

START STUDDED HISTORY
Some like it hot

In 1958 a trio of actors checked into the Hotel Del Coronado to film what would become the most lauded comedy of all time – Billy Wilder’s SOME LIKE IT HOT.

A funny as hell screenplay with award-winning performances from screen legends Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe  during what is said to be one of the happiest times in her life.

 

EXPENSIVE REAL ESTATE - NAVY SEAL HQ

Coronado is also home to some of the most expensive real estate per sqft in California with cultural attractions such as the world-famous, historic Hotel Del Coronado—visited by many U.S. Presidents and global dignitaries, the Coronado Museum of History and Art, and the U.S. Navy SEAL Headquarters. 
he Coronado Public Library has a special section designated for Special Operations: Special Operations Book Collection

MARINAS, FERRIES,  BRIDGES AND ANCHORAGES

Public Docks
Glorietta Bay Marina is a Clean Marina Certified marina managed by California Yacht Marina.

Centrally located adjacent to the historic Hotel Del Coronado and Coronado's vibrant downtown mainstreet, Glorietta Bay Marina features brand new dock systems with 100 slips ranging in size from 20’ to 110’feet. Each slip includes electrical power, water and cable/internet connections. Showers, restrooms, and a coin operated laundry are provided on-site for tenants and guests.
Marina

The Glorietta Bay Marina offers both transient and permanent docks. There is currently a waitlist for dockage. For more information on slip availability and transient docking please contact California Yacht Marina at (619) 435-5203 or by email at gbm@californiayachtmarina.com

 

Glorietta Bay

THE CORONADO BRIDGE

In 1926, John D. Spreckels recommended that a bridge be built between San Diego and Coronado, but voters dismissed the plan. The U.S. Navy initially did not support a bridge that would span San Diego Bay to connect San Diego to Coronado. They feared a bridge could be collapsed by attack or an earthquake and trap the ships stationed at Naval Base San Diego.

In 1951–52, the Coronado City Council initiated plans for bridge feasibility studies. By 1964 the Navy supported a bridge if there was at least 200 feet (61 m) of clearance for ships which operate out of the nearby Naval Base San Diego to pass underneath it. To achieve this clearance with a reasonable grade, the bridge length was increased by taking a curved path, rather than a more direct path to Coronado. The clearance would allow an empty oil-fired aircraft carrier to pass beneath it

The principal architect was Robert Mosher. Construction on the San Diego–Coronado Bay Bridge started in February 1967. The bridge required 20,000 tons of steel and 94,000 cubic yards of concrete. To add the concrete girders, 900,000 cubic yards of fill was dredged and the caissons for the towers were drilled and blasted 100 feet into the bed of the bay. It is supported by 27 concrete girders, the longest ever made at the time of construction.

The center span of the Coronado Bay Bridge was designed to float in the event of a bombing, according to local urban legend. Though the 1,880-foot-long center section of the bridge is hollow, the circumstances that would allow it to fall 200 feet and somehow still float are beyond improbable.

 Coronado bay bridge

FERRY FROM DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO
The Ferry

To get a across to Corando take a scenic boat ride across the bay to/from Coronado, aboard a piece of San Diego history with a scenic 15-minute ride to the Coronado Ferry Landing, a waterfront marketplace full of over 25 unique shops and restaurants, and convenient access to all that Coronado Island offers!
The Ferry

ANCHORAGES

Beginning July 1, 2021, the Port of San Diego’s Maritime Department will assume management responsibilities from the Harbor Police Department for anchorages on San Diego Bay, including the Glorietta Bay A5 anchorage, and the Port’s Shelter Island Guest Docks located at 1401 Shelter Island Drive on the southern end of Shelter Island at the entrance to the Shelter Island Yacht Basin.

NOAA Nautical Chart 18773 San Diego Bay

The Port also provides two 72-hour anchorages and a “Cruiser Anchorage.” Aside from the management change, no additional changes are being made for the anchorages at this time. No fee is required to anchor in these areas; however, a permit is required. Permits for the A1 and A5 anchorages are still available online. For the A9 anchorage, permits still require a vessel inspection performed by a Harbor Police Officer and must be obtained in person at the Harbor Police substation located at 1401 Shelter Island Drive.

Anchorage locations are:
Glorietta-Bay-Anchorge