FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 13, 2020- Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 13, 2020- Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico

The 4th Panama Posse Central American sailing rally kicks-off on December 4, connecting California with Florida for the first time while expanding to 13 countries.

Panama Posse, the Central American and Western Caribbean Rally with over 325 past participant vessels, kicks off the seven months cruising season, offering 4,500 nautical miles of 500 verified anchorages and 36 Marina sponsors.  Countries include U.S., Mexico, Guatemala, EL Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Belize and Cuba.
 
Panama Posse delivers an unparalleled adventure for cruisers sailing from Southern California, the Pacific Coast of Central America, the Western Caribbean all the way to the Florida Keys. Boats ranging from 32 to 225 feet, set their own schedule while enjoying all the perks of membership and the safety of their own vessel.
 
Benefits include Fleet safety and security, along with discounted marina fees, dedicated Panama Canal agent, accurate detailed custom and immigration procedures, certified cultural land excursions, free digital “chartlets”, live 24/7 group support chat, route safety, provisioning and logistic seminars, weekly live calls for weather, local information, navigation hazards and of course, the making of life-long friendships.
 
Sponsors include Predict Wind for special rates for weather services and Seven Star Yacht Transport to ship boats along the route and  a host of vetted marinas in every country.
 
The 2020/21 kick-off launch will be both virtual and physical in adherence to Covid-19 mitigation strategies.  The Panama Posse has also published specific pandemic related guidelines to help all marinas and countries minimize pandemic related risks.Marina Puerto de la Navidad in Barra de Navidad, Mexico will host the kick off seminars starting Dec.4, practicing social distancing and all seminars will be recorded and made available on demand for all Panama Posse participants.  Seminar topics will cover navigation, route planning, Open CPN satellite overlay on electronic charts, provisioning, organized land tours and exclusive free access to GoodNautical a global non-profit maritime information site.
Panama Posse
 

PANAMA POSSE WESTERN ROUTE SEGMENTS
PANAMA POSSE WESTERN ROUTE SEGMENTS
PR and Media Inquiries
Suzanne DuBose

Cell:  702-509-0320
suzanne@panamaposse.comRoute, Logistics and Sponsorship
Captain Dietmar Petutschnig

Cell: 702-217-5102
dietmar@panamaposse.com
 

Latest country and
quarantine related information
panamaposse.com/quarantine

 

 
 

SPONSORSHIP MARINAS

The following marinas are the safety pearls of the Panama Posse in the Caribbean & Pacific

  • California Yacht Marina - Chula Vista, California, USA
  • Marina Coral – Ensenada, Baja California Mexico 
  • Marina de la Paz – La Paz, BCS,  Mexico
  • Marina el Cid – Mazatlan - Sinaloa, Mexico
  • Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Marina Puerto de La Navidad – Colima, Mexico
  • Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa –Guerrero, Mexico
  • La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco - Guerrero, Mexico
  • Marina Chiapas – Chiapas, Mexico
  • Marina Pez Vela – San Jose - Escuintla, Guatemala
  • Marina Bahia del Sol – Costa del Sol - La Herradura, El Salvador
  • La Palma Moorings –Costa del Sol - La Herradura, El Salvador
  • Marina Puesta del Sol – El Viejo, Nicaragua
  • Marina Papagayo –  Guanacaste, Costa Rica 
  • Marina Pez Vela – Quepos, Costa Rica 
  • Banana Bay Marina – Golfito, Costa Rica 
  • Vista Mar Marina –  Coronado, Panama 
  • Shelter Bay Marina – Christobal, Panama
  • IGY Red Frog Marina – Bocas del Toro, Panama
  • Bocas Marina -  Bocas del Toro,  Panama 
  • Linton Bay Marina – Linton Bay = Colon, Panama
  • ClubNautico Cartagena - Bolivar, Colombia
  • Club de Pesca Marina Cartagena – Bolivar, Colombia
  • Marina Puerto Velero – Tubara, Colombia
  • IGY Marina Santa Marta – Magdalena, Colombia
  • Royal Jamaica Yacht Club – Kingston, Jamaica  
  • Montego Bay Yacht Club – St James Parish,  Jamaica
  • The Barcadere Marina – Grand Cayman Island, Cayman Islands 
  • Barefoot Cay Marina – Roatan, Honduras 
  • Fantasy Island Marina – Roatan, Honduras  
  • Jonesville Point Marina -Roatan, Honduras 
  • Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard –  Rio Dulce, Guatemala
  • Thunderbirds Marine – Placencia, Belize  
  • Marina Makax – Isla Mujeres - Quintana Roo, Mexico
  • Marina El Cid – Cancún – Quintana Roo, Mexico 
  • Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo -  Cayo Largo, Cuba

 

Find Out More
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright © 2020 Panama Posse, All rights reserved.


IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS SAFE APPROACH CHART

IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS 🇲🇽  SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

 

I would like to offer the participants of your rally our Panama Posse  rate instead of the regular daily rate. 

Utilities will be metered and billed depending on consumption.

October through April is very busy for us but will gladly berth anyone when available.

Take care, be safe, stay healthy and we’ll see you soon.

Saludos,

Jesus A. Esquitel

IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS CHUY_JESUS_ESQUITEL PANAMA POSSEIGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS DOCK MASTER Augusto CachonIGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS AMY BUSTAMANTEIGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS RECEPCION MARY PERALTAIGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS RECEPTION CARLOS

CONTACT IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS

VHF  16   &   88A
Lote A-18 de la Darsena
Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. Mx 23450
Tel +52 (624) 173-9140
CSL@IGYMarinas.com
www.igy-cabosanlucas.com    

 

IGY MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS SLIP MAP

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


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



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

 

MAP

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

 

https://www.igymarinas.com/marinas/marina-cabo-san-lucas


Chart for the approach of_Marina Vallarta and Banderas Bay

ONESAILS MEXICO 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

 ONESAILS MEXICO 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

ONESAILS MEXICO

For this year ONE SAILS MÉXICO offers you the following:

-10% in Service including material

-10% on the acquisition of new sails

-10% off Seldén Hardware

Rodrigo Cuéllar Dipp
OneSails México

Avenida Estaciones #1099 Bucerias 63732Nayarit, Mexico
TeL:+52 329 2982 558
Email: mexico@onesails.mx

 

The Bahia de Banderas Sails loft was founded in 2016. Being the best service workshop in the entire country. It is located in the best waters of the Mexican Pacific. Each year it receives hundreds of sailboats from all over the northern Pacific. It is considered the last stop to do service before crossing the Pacific. This location serves the entire Mexican Pacific, Caribbean and the Mexico's internal lakes.

In 2020, Bahia de Banderas Sails decided to join the OneSails group. This decision was due to the technological advantages offered by One Sails. The use of 4T technology does not use film or glue. We believe this will be a great advantage of duration for our clients in the tropics. Along with great sail technology, they have a great worldwide network of sails lofts.

GALLERY

LOCATION

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

https://onesails.mx

Read more


Marina VV Safe Approach Chart

MARINA V&V - QUINTANA ROO 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

MARINA V&V - QUINTANA ROO 🇲🇽 SPONSORS THE PANAMA POSSE

Marina V&V is delighted to Sponsor the Panama Posse with a 20% discount !

CONTACT

Brenda
Brenda
t +52 998 109 5795

Calle Vialidad Paseo Mujeres Manzana 1, Lote 1 Zona Continental Isla Mujeres Q. Roo. Mexico

tel +52 (998) 234 01 00

info@marinavv.com

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

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.

Transportation

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

V&V MARINA - GOOD NAUTICAL SAFE APPROACH ROUTE


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
 

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.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 4th Panama Posse Rally connects California with Florida and kicks off a 7 months cruising season with a 4,500 nm 36 marina route

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 4, 2020- Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico

The 4th Panama Posse Central American sailing rally kicks-off on December 4, connecting California with Florida for the first time while expanding to 13 countries.
Panama Posse, the Central American and Western Caribbean Rally with over 325 past participant vessels, kicks off the seven months cruising season, offering 4,500 nautical miles of 500 verified anchorages and 36 Marina sponsors. Countries include U.S., Mexico, Guatemala, EL Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Belize and Cuba.

Panama Posse delivers an unparalleled adventure for cruisers sailing from Southern California, the Pacific Coast of Central America, the Western Caribbean all the way to the Florida Keys. Boats ranging from 32 to 225 feet, set their own schedule while enjoying all the perks of membership and the safety of their own vessel.

Benefits include Fleet safety and security, along with discounted marina fees, dedicated Panama Canal agent, accurate detailed custom and immigration procedures, certified cultural land excursions, free digital “chartlets”, live 24/7 group support chat, route safety, provisioning and logistic seminars, weekly live calls for weather, local information, navigation hazards and of course, the making of life-long friendships.

Sponsors include Predict Wind for special rates for weather services and Seven Star Yacht Transport to ship boats along the route and a host of vetted marinas in every country.

The 2020/21 kick-off launch will be both virtual and physical in adherence to Covid-19 mitigation strategies. The Panama Posse has also published specific pandemic related guidelines to help all marinas and countries minimize pandemic related risks.

Marina Puerto de la Navidad in Barra de Navidad, Mexico will host the kick off seminars starting Dec.4, practicing social distancing and all seminars will be recorded and made available on demand for all Panama Posse participants. Seminar topics will cover navigation, route planning, Open CPN satellite overlay on electronic charts, provisioning, organized land tours and exclusive free access to GoodNautical a global non-profit maritime information site.

Panama Posse

PR and Media Inquiries
Suzanne DuBose

Cell:  702-509-0320
suzanne@panamaposse.comRoute, Logistics and Sponsorship
Captain Dietmar Petutschnig

Cell: 702-217-5102
dietmar@panamaposse.com
 

Latest country and
quarantine related information
panamaposse.com/quarantine

 

 
 

SPONSORSHIP MARINAS

The following marinas are the safety pearls of the Panama Posse in the Caribbean & Pacific

  • California Yacht Marina - Chula Vista, California, USA
  • Marina Coral – Ensenada, Baja California Mexico 
  • Marina de la Paz – La Paz, BCS,  Mexico
  • Marina el Cid – Mazatlan - Sinaloa, Mexico
  • Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Marina Puerto de La Navidad – Colima, Mexico
  • Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa –Guerrero, Mexico
  • La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco - Guerrero, Mexico
  • Marina Chiapas – Chiapas, Mexico
  • Marina Pez Vela – San Jose - Escuintla, Guatemala
  • Marina Bahia del Sol – Costa del Sol - La Herradura, El Salvador
  • La Palma Moorings –Costa del Sol - La Herradura, El Salvador
  • Marina Puesta del Sol – El Viejo, Nicaragua
  • Marina Papagayo –  Guanacaste, Costa Rica 
  • Marina Pez Vela – Quepos, Costa Rica 
  • Banana Bay Marina – Golfito, Costa Rica 
  • Vista Mar Marina –  Coronado, Panama 
  • Shelter Bay Marina – Christobal, Panama
  • IGY Red Frog Marina – Bocas del Toro, Panama
  • Bocas Marina -  Bocas del Toro,  Panama 
  • Linton Bay Marina – Linton Bay = Colon, Panama
  • ClubNautico Cartagena - Bolivar, Colombia
  • Club de Pesca Marina Cartagena – Bolivar, Colombia
  • Marina Puerto Velero – Tubara, Colombia
  • IGY Marina Santa Marta – Magdalena, Colombia
  • Royal Jamaica Yacht Club – Kingston, Jamaica  
  • Montego Bay Yacht Club – St James Parish,  Jamaica
  • The Barcadere Marina – Grand Cayman Island, Cayman Islands 
  • Barefoot Cay Marina – Roatan, Honduras 
  • Fantasy Island Marina – Roatan, Honduras  
  • Jonesville Point Marina -Roatan, Honduras 
  • Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard –  Rio Dulce, Guatemala
  • Thunderbirds Marine – Placencia, Belize  
  • Marina Makax – Isla Mujeres - Quintana Roo, Mexico
  • Marina El Cid – Cancún – Quintana Roo, Mexico 
  • Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo -  Cayo Largo, Cuba

 

 


GRAN COLOMBIA

As we are rolling out the new
website section(s) with weather - pilot charts and chart-lets our very observant friend
María Lucía
SV PILIALOHA
pointed out that I was using the wrong flag for Colombia - so I asked here to give us a little background - and here is a fascinating story of Colombian History - here is the story
 

"Thank you for your interest in this flag history of Colombia .

 
Well, from 1819 to 1831 there was a country called Gran Colombia (Greater Colombia) that encompassed the present territories of Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela and some parts of northern Peru and northwester Brazil.
 
The flag of unequal horizontal stripes of yellow, blue, and red was adopted in 1822 by Gran Colombia. Although Gran Colombia dissolved in 1831, the succeeding states (Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela) incorporated the flag’s tricolor design into their respective flags. Colombia and Ecuador have the yellow covering half of the flag, the other half is blue and red. Colombia’s flag does not have the coat of arms, the Ecuador’s flag has it. The three colors in the Venezuela’s flag have equal sizes and has 10 stars in the blue stripe.
 
Panama was part of Colombia until 1903 when Panama separated from Colombia because of the construction of the Panama Canal by the United States. This is another interesting history. Below I am coping an excerpt from a web page about this topic.
 
“With the support of the U.S. government, Panama issues a declaration of independence from Colombia. The revolution was engineered by a Panamanian faction backed by the Panama Canal Company, a French-U.S. corporation that hoped to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with a waterway across the Isthmus of Panama.
 
In 1903, the Hay-Herrán Treaty was signed with Colombia, granting the United States use of the Isthmus of Panama in exchange for financial compensation. The U.S. Senate ratified the treaty, but the Colombian Senate, fearing a loss of sovereignty, refused. In response, President Theodore Roosevelt gave tacit approval to a rebellion by Panamanian nationalists, which began on November 3, 1903. To aid the rebels, the U.S.-administered railroad in Panama removed its trains from the northern terminus of Colón, thus stranding Colombian troops sent to crush the insurrection. Other Colombian forces were discouraged from marching on Panama by the arrival of the U.S. warship Nashville.”
 
Cheers,
 
María Lucía

SV PILIALOHA "


Historic Map of Gran Colombia

Current flag of Colombia
Current flag of Colombia
Flag of Ecuador
Current flag of Ecuador
Current flag of VENEZUELA
Current flag of VENEZUELA
Flag of the Gran Colombia
Historic Flag of the Gran Colombia

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

VIDEO

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


 

Map

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


MAP

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


MAP