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Welcome to our marina

For our sailing visitors

COVID-19 VIRUS: 

ARRIVAL PROTOCOL 

Update  August, 2022

Covid tests (antigen or PCR) may be required on arrival particularly for those with no completed vaccination certificate (completed 14 days in advance of arrival). 

Contact a Maritime agent before departing: entry procedures can change ( also to be clear on the charges -they vary). They will become your legal representatives while in Colombia.  You should receive clear arrival instructions.

Bio security measures continue in some supermarkets, shopping malls and banks. A face mask may be required when queuing (in a line). It is polite to wear a face mask while using a taxi. A few restaurants still require a vaccination card before allowing entry.

See Cruising Guide for maritime agency options.

Bubbles

MABARE MIRADOR LOOKOUT

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Enjoy a great Pizza (and much more) with a spectacular  roof terrace view

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5  TO 11 P.M

DOMINGO TO THURSDAY 5  TO 10 P.M

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Centro Historico
Centro Historico

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Bocagrande small craft entrance. For small vessels to 8 ft draft

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Entering the small craft entrance at Bocagrande on 8ft draft sailboat

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Club Nautico marina in the historic city of Cartagena, Colombia.

Dedicated to the sailing and powerboat community worldwide.

The marina is very well located, a short walk from the historic center with the added convenience of a supermarket just 2 minutes away.  The security of your vessel and the crew onboard is our priority with a family touch that reflects the history and development of this marina. Once a haven for international sailors. Now catering to both recreational vessels and those dedicated to tourism activities.

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Our Story

Adapting to changing times

Founders Norman and Candelaria Trucco  de Bennett and their family bringing to life a marina on the once neglected shoreline of Manga! Pioneers in welcoming cruising sailors to Colombia.