Marina Puerto Escondido accomodated its first 150 foot yacht in January. According to harbormaster Javier Fuerte, “the yacht’s owners have since planned a repeat trip to the marina, in part due to its optimal entrance depth.” Since 2017, the marina has undergone significant improvements so that boats with a draft of 12 feet or more can comfortably enter.
Because of these improvements, large yacht owners can now take advantage of the natural hurricane protection that the marina has to offer. During hurricane season, an almost 360 degree land shield protects travelers at the marina against local storms.
Starting March 2018, more than 80 new slips will become available for additional yachts.
Adventurous travelers who visit Marina Puerto Escondido can indulge in a wealth of outdoor activities around the Sea of Cortez, including sport fishing, kayaking, hiking, sailing and whale watching. The marina offers personalized service for each guest, offering access to amenities such as a restaurant with a rooftop pool, a 50ton travel lift, laundry services and more.
With multiple direct flights between Los Angeles, Calgary and Tijuana, the marina lies just 15 miles from the Loreto International Airport.
About Marina Puerto Escondido:
Marina Puerto Escondido is a familyowned Baja California marina located 140 miles north of La Paz on the Sea of Cortez. More than 100 spacious slips and a wide range of services and amenities attract adventurous travelers with boats of up to 200 feet in length. Marina Puerto Escondido is known for its premium service, natural protection, and remote adventure.
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