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PANAMA POSSE SPONSORSHIP MARINAS

  1. Marina Puerto Amistad / Ecuador
DOCUMENTATION ECUADOR
Passport Valid for at least 6 months; requires one blank page
Boat Documentation Coast Guard Doc (Original)
Proof of Insurance Liability
Crewlist Required at checkin/out
Zarpe Required at checkin/out
OFFICIAL PROCEDURES CAN USE AN AGENT
Official Country Visa NA if your country is on a list
Immigration Visa  
Required Permits  TIP / Customs via agent
Upon Arrival Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Authority
Upon Departure Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Captain
Entry & Exit Fees:  
Notes:  
   
OTHER  
Required Vaccinations YELLOW FEVER
Pets Vaccination Certificate
   
Currency: US DOLLAR  

 

Crime Index Safety Index Corruption Index Corruption Score GDP Pop (M) Life Ex. Cost of Living Groc. week Rest. $ Loc.Purch.P.
55.14 44.86 120/ 176 31% $ 6,183.82 17.37 76.80 54.2 41.35 30.00  17.0

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WEATHER

Prevalent trade winds bend along the coast from east really hard, especially along the northern eastern  coast between late December through April. All year long however every near-shore winds will let up  producing manageable jumps for vessels heading east. May through September, Colombia on the Caribbean side, faces long periods with hot and sticky conditions  followed but thunderstorms and as a consequence you have minimal near-shore winds. Early fall can even produce westerlies. Winds and waves are significantly reduced  closer  to shore.  As always do not sail on this coast on a schedule !

 

 

PILOT CHARTS

Pilot Charts depict averages in prevailing winds and currents, air and sea temperatures, wave heights,  visibility, barometric pressure, and weather conditions at different times of the year. The information used to compile these averages was obtained from oceanographic and meteorologic observations over many decades during the late 18th and 19th centuries.The charts are intended to aid the navigator in selecting the fastest and safest routes with regards to the expected weather and ocean conditions. For an explanation of historic Colombian Climatology and how to read Wind-roses follow this link.

CHARTS ECUADOR

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