Details for Marina Los Morros de Cabo San Antonio

Marina Los Morros de Cabo San Antonio

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Average rating 3.2 stars from 11 reviews

Address Los Morros


After hours contact

Facility type

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

VHF channel


Web site

Email contact

Owner, manager




Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

Payment info

They prefer cash but will accept non US Visa.

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

Additional info: Port of entry and exit.


Red/green buoys. Red light on the end of the dock.





Tide & current additional info

Anchoring is also permitted in the basin west of the main quay.


Approach: 7
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

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

Additional info: Tie up on the west side of the dock for protection from the north winds. The dock is solid concrete.

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $0.35/ft (2013-05-04)

Other price info: There is room for 3 boats but usually on one spot is available. Cost as of 2013 is .40 CUC's (Convertable Pesos) per foot per day.


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info: Included

Cable TV (and pricing)

No - Television in the bar.

Phone hookup (and pricing)


Water (and pricing)

Yes - Included

Dinghy access

Yes - Tie alongside the quay or use the beach.

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:


Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info:

Disability access

Launch service

Pump out



Yes - Provided the ice machine is working, cubes can be obtained from the bar.


Yes - Leave it on the dock.


Yes - Water is only warm at best.





No - The marina store sells a few dry goods such as crackers, pasta, and cooking oil. Selection and supplies are very limited.



Yes - There is a restaurant on site that can provide a meal although only a few items are available. There is a better option at the Eco hotel about 1 mile from the marina towards Roncailles.



Hotels or motels

Yes - Eco hotel 1 mile from the marina.

Repair capabilities


Haul out capabilities


Storage facilities


Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities

Yes - There's a catamaran available for snorkeling or dive trips.

Internet access


Boat ramp availability


Other services

Customs clearance available. Port of entry and exit.


Many nature trails in the area. Beach at Cabo San Antonio is one of the nicest in Cuba. Leave the road in front of the hotel and walk towards the lighthouse.

Reviews for Marina Los Morros de Cabo San Antonio
Good stop before crossing to Mexico, 2017-03-21
Captain: , Nashville, TN (320)

We stopped here to get fuel, water and check out. The "dock" is a long concrete wall with many rusty chains dangling from it's west side. We got in and out without incident and the people there are super nice. The water pressure was very low and it took forever to fill the tanks. The fuel was clean. The Bar is expensive. Ask them to open the market if it's closed and you'll pay 1/3 the price of the bar for beer and or rum.

If I were to go back, I'd drop an anchor just off the dock in the small anchorage there. I'd rather tote jerry cans than deal with my boat smacking up against that wall again. Other than that, the dock master and Guardia are incredibly helpful and nice. Check out took about a half an hour. Easy peasy.

friendly and helpful, 2017-01-28
Captain: , Windsor ontario (286)

Stayed 3 darts at dock with 20kt east winds. Waves broke across the pier giving us a good salt spray. Nice ashore at the bar/restaurant. Abel, the dockmaster was a big help

Good Emergency Stop, 2016-05-29
Captain: , Wilmington, NC (120)

Broke a main halyard en route from Key West to Grand Cayman and stopped here for repairs. This is a remote spot, and there is nothing to buy by way of a replacement halyard, but the dockmaster volunteered to go up the mast (65ft) and rerun the old halyard as an emergency line until we could get a replacement. Offer accepted, and up he went, and successfully ran the line. Filled with diesel - we use a filter always - at reasonable prices. 4 other cruisers arrived while we were there one day - 2 from Holland, 1 from New Zealand and one from S. Africa. Eclectic bunch. Beware if you rely on US credit cards - not accepted. They happily take dollars though - make sure you have cash if from US. Overall a welcoming and friendly marina that does the best it can, and we were very pleased they were willing to help us.

Plenty of Depth at Marina Entry, 2016-05-09
Captain: , Miami (40)

We enjoyed our stay at Los Morros. It is a happy oasis in a remote area of Cuba. Contrary to one description in an internet guide, the entry had sufficient depth for our 6' draft coming up to to the concrete jetty. A shallow spot can be avoided by going towards the east side of the dock once you pass the entrnce markers, then turn west (starboard) once the boat is almost to the head of the jetty-dock. Then proceed to the west side of the dock which is the protected side for docking. There is a buoy marking a shallow area about 200 feet west of the dock. Abel, the dockmaster is a wonderful man. He is friendly conscientious and helpful. The restaurant/bar is very pleasant and serves good food. Everyone who works at the marina is welcoming and helpful. There is no internet.
S/V Serene

The best-laid plans ... April 2015, 2015-12-16
Captain: , New Smyrna Beach, FL (60)

The marina itself is not a very exciting place. Ragged concrete pier and tiny anchorage. There was fuel and gasoline available when we checked out of the country there ... it is a port of entry/exit however while we were there a boat was turned away and forced to beat 200 mi to Havana because ... the immigration office was out of tourist visa cards (this happens with Internet cards in a lot of places, too). We did not visit the nearby resort, although the beaches were beautiful as we rounded the west end of the island, and reportedly the fishing and diving there are very good. One jewel well worth mention is the dockmaster Abel, he is a very friendly and helpful young man that speaks good English. Cuba is a unique place at a unique time, well worth the visit, and the people are lovely ... however, visitors should keep their expectations modest. Be pleasantly surprised when anything works the way you expect.

Great first taste of Cuba, 2015-01-29
Captain: , Muskegon, MI (3132)

We were REALLY happy that we decided to check in to the country here. Very easy process, nothing confiscated, no demands for "gifts" (although we offered them anyway). Entrance is well marked, but you REALLY want to be on the west side of the dock. Pretty good fenders on this dock. DO NOT eat at the resort (which is 2 miles down the road)....even the seafood is poorly prepared. DO take on fuel here...very reasonable. And if the Ship Chandler is open, take advantage of it....cheapest beer in Cuba

Good place to check in., 2015-01-05
Captain: , Toronto, Canada (30)

s/v Ten Years After. The guard here who checked us in and out, was a gentleman. A total reverse of the expirience in Hemingway. We only stayed one night, so we stayed on the dock ( no north winds forecast) $ 18 or 15 peso's for a 41' boat. Everyone we met there were very friendly. We asked if we could buy some fish somewhere and were told no, but then were given 2 beautiful grouper fillets. We gave them money anyway, but what a warm gesture!

Not much here, 2014-06-05
Captain: , Nelson, New Zealand (62)

This place is really remote, so don't expect anything in the way of services. The showers are tidy and clean and the bar is a good place to down a few Chrystal Cervessas, but don't bother with the three kilometer walk to the restaurant. There is also a huge bus that will take you there also but we didn't learn about that untill time to leave.

Not Much of a Marina, 2013-05-03
Captain: , Toronto (755)

The dock is a stone jetty oriented due N and S about 100 ft long. Only the west side is usable as the east side is very rough and is exposed to the prevailing wind and surge.

Price in 2013 was $.35/ft inclusive of power and water...when they worked. The docks are wide open to the North. Anchoring in 8-10 ft is permitted in the basin immediately west of the jetty.

There is a small store selling basic dry goods and some liquor, a bar that sells tourist priced mojitos and beer and a restaurant that although open does not seem to have much food available.

If one is looking for protection from heavy weather, the canal on the east side of Cayos de la Lena about 4 miles further east is a better choice.

OK in a Pinch, 2012-02-20
Captain: , Pensacola, Florida (211)

This is really just a place to clear in and out. Dock is concrete and not much protection from any wind. There is a very good anchorage close by with plenty of water and good swinging room that we waited for a week for a good weather window to cross to Mexico. Made an appt. to leave at 4 am and the authorities were there and were very polite. Brought their drug dog (cocker spaniel) and looked through the boat. He liked our refrigerator!
No issues and we left. Restuarant was not open some days but you cuold get a cold beer.

Nice place in a pinch, 2011-01-24
Captain: , Marion, Mas (326)

"Marina" is located due east of the current marker on this map (1-24-11). Marina is a long stone pier with diesel available. There is also a restaurant, bar, gift shop, and full immigration office. There is about 9' of water coming in to the pier, but one has to "pick" their way in. Not much protection from any north breeze or waves.

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