Details for Marina Cayo Largo

Marina Cayo Largo

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Average rating 2.7 stars from 3 reviews


Phone(53 45) 48213

After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

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Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: 13
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Dinghy access

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Reviews for Marina Cayo Largo
The marina guy will get you whatever you need, 2016-05-11
Captain: , Austin,TX (191)

The guy that runs the marina, piele, has been there a long time and can get you whatever you need. He is very helpful and likes to be paid for his services.
The marina has a bar and restaurant with WIFI. You must buy the cards, and they typically have them at the Migracion building. The fried chicken is good.
Lots of tourists come through here from the hotels around the island. I suggest hop on the train that comes around and hop off at one of the hotels. They are all free drinks.
Then catch a taxi or the train back. The beaches are nice and the hotels are nice as well.

The 2 stores here have limited supply of food unless you like big #10 cans of olives or artichokes. You can find some boxed milk, tomatos and alcohol.

Drinking water is only available in the stores when they have it.

The diesel is clean. you are required to purchase it the day before at the marina and then pick it up at 7:30am at the gas station by dinghy. I am not sure if you can bring the big boat in there or not. It's probably deep enough, but i would ask first.


Adequate - April 2015, 2015-12-16
Captain: , New Smyrna Beach, FL (60)

By Cuban standards, this marina is better than average. We only used it to check in and then as a dinghy dock and trash drop, anchoring in the bay nearby at 2136.8/8134.5. Cayo Largo is not the real Cuba -- you're 30 miles offshore -- it is exclusively tourist, with some very nice hotels, and a small number of trusted Cubans who rotate in and run everything. Beautiful white sandy beaches, clothing optional nearly everywhere. The dockmaster is very helpful and well-connected, and speaks English, French, and German (as well as Spanish, of course) fluently. I was likewise favorably impressed with the port captain, who is a senior officer in the Cuban navy, speaks good English, and is very interesting to talk with. Fuel is available around the corner at 2137.6/8133.8, it takes some coordination to get someone to meet you there (keep in contact with the dockmaster), and in spite of your best effort you may have to call several times and wait awhile.

Facilities in very poor condition, 2013-05-03
Captain: , Toronto (755)

The marina consists of two floating dock systems. One is reserved for the local fleet of charter boats, the other is used by transients. The power went out twice for extended periods during our 3 day stay, and the water, when there is any water is not potable. The finger docks are relatively short and are barely long enough to accomodate a 42 ft boat. Backing in will improve access unless a T head is available.

A much better alternative is to anchor in the basin just east of the old channel entrance after first stopping at the dock to check in.

There is a store selling basic dry goods and liquor and wash and fold laundry available at good prices. The caveat is that the water has a strong sulfur smell and your laundry will be clean, but smelling of sulfur.

There is a decent bar and two restaurants on site. All of the food and beverages are typical resort fare and priced as such.

Although it is not posted, fishing is prohibited in the area and game wardens are empowered to confiscate fishing equipment.

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