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Golfito Marina Village in Golfito, Costa Rica is open for yachts up to 350 feet in length with side-to docking.

The marina has a 700-foot main pier and a 260-foot fuel dock capable of fueling at 150 gallons per minute and 75,000 gallons of diesel and 10,000 gallons of gasoline stored on-site. Construction is ongoing and half complete on the Shoppes at Marina Village and construction has started on the hotel and private Oceanside Villa.

The Marina Village is scheduled to open late spring for dining, shopping and a marina gym and there is a plan to build a crew campus with wifi, concierge services, restaurant, fitness center, swimming pool, and lounge facility to open in 2018.

Click for a drone video of the marina.

Golfito Marina Village in Golfito, Costa Rica

 

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