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MARINA INFORMATION
MOORINGS
20
MAX LENGTH
25 m
MAX DRAFT
4 m
HARD STAND
No
SHIPYARD
No
GPS COORDINATES
19°58´18”N; 75°52´35”W
RADIO CHANEL
15

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Marina Investment
Do you want to invest in this or another marina? Marinas are usually publicly owned. Marinas are operated by private companies who usually acquire a marina concession for 10-50 years through a public tender. Would you like to bid for the new tender? We can tell you when the marina concession will be put out to tender again and advise you on how to prepare the tender documents.

MARINA INFORMATION
MOORINGS
20
MAX LENGTH
25 m
MAX DRAFT
4 m
HARD STAND
No
SHIPYARD
No
GPS COORDINATES
19°58´18”N; 75°52´35”W
RADIO CHANEL
15

AREA INFORMATION

• Region:

• Country:

• City:

Marina Contact info

Marina Investment
Do you want to invest in this or another marina? Marinas are usually publicly owned. Marinas are operated by private companies who usually acquire a marina concession for 10-50 years through a public tender. Would you like to bid for the new tender? We can tell you when the marina concession will be put out to tender again and advise you on how to prepare the tender documents.

Marina Cienfuegos – Cuba – Caribbean Sea

The marina here is open to transient boats but is very small and active with four charter companies operating there. Generally, a berth can be found during the week, Monday to Friday (and perhaps at weekends too, although this is when the charter companies turn around) – best to call the marina in advance to check for space. The marina has good solid concrete berths and new floating pontoons, however, with a strong Southerly wind, there tends to be some swell. The anchorage here has a good holding. When going ashore, dinghies can be left on the beach inside the Marina fenced perimeter, which is secure. The marina charges a fee for anchoring, but does allow the use of their bathroom facilities and has a security patrol through the anchored boats at night.

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Marina Cienfuegos – Cuba – Caribbean Sea

The marina here is open to transient boats but is very small and active with four charter companies operating there. Generally, a berth can be found during the week, Monday to Friday (and perhaps at weekends too, although this is when the charter companies turn around) – best to call the marina in advance to check for space. The marina has good solid concrete berths and new floating pontoons, however, with a strong Southerly wind, there tends to be some swell. The anchorage here has a good holding. When going ashore, dinghies can be left on the beach inside the Marina fenced perimeter, which is secure. The marina charges a fee for anchoring, but does allow the use of their bathroom facilities and has a security patrol through the anchored boats at night.

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MARINAS FOR SALE

Marinas are the perfect investment in leisure property and infrastructure.
With a growing stock of boats and a limited supply of berths, the fundamentals of the industry suggest marinas are a compelling investment.

 

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World Part: Europe
Water area/Region: Adriatic Sea
Country: Italy