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Founded by the Spaniards in 1819, but immediately settled by the French, this impressive port city was once the center for the sugar cane, mango, tobacco and coffee production, and trade. There is a regal, old-world aura to the city with some of the most elaborate neoclassical buildings on the entire island. The City of Cienfuegos was the first town in Cuba to be developed in the neoclassical style and represents what were then new and cutting edge ideas of modernity, hygiene and order in urban planning in 19th century Cuba.


The center of neoclassical architecture and home to dozens of palaces, theaters, and structures, you can fill a day with a walking tour. You can also visit the artist markets and meet many of the young, cutting edge artists residing in Cienfuegos. The port of Cienfuegos is a nautical door to the magnificent archipelagos off the south coast of Cuba. for titles, paragraphs & more.

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The International Marlin Marina Cienfuegos is nestled on the shores of the city of Cienfuegos, which has a long tradition as a seafaring city. It is situated in the residential and tourism section of Punta Gorda. One of the best national bays, not only for its size of 88 km2, but also by the depth and serenity of its waters, Marlin Marina Cienfuegos has 30 berths for boats and potable water, fuel, mooring, electricity; as well as pilotage, hiking, fishing, and diving.



  • Fixed docks: 100 meters long

  • 4,0 meters deep at low tide

  • Facilities available for dropping anchor in deeper waters of the Marina

  • On-site Customs, Immigration and health services

  • Electric supply: 110A three and single phases, 110V/100A, 220V/100A

  • Fuel supply: (by order, 24 hours in advance)

  • Potable water installations on the docks or by barge

  • Garbage collection services

  • 24-hour security services

  • Shipchandler

  • Crew hire

  • Telephone, fax , e-mail services

  • Laundry (off-site, upon request)

  • Showers

  • Vessel maintenance and repair services



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Located one hour from Cienfuegos, Trinidad is the top jewel of Cuba’s colonial cities and declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. Frozen in time since it was the center of the Cuban sugar trade in the 19th century, it’s history and architecture date back to the early 16th century and it is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in the Caribbean.





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Let's talk! We are available to discuss your trip in the early planning stages. Our many years of experience in organizing Yacht and VIP travel to Cuba puts us in a unique position to answer any of your questions regarding travel to Cuba  by Yacht.

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After the initial consultation we begin working on you trip. Designing a navigation plan and onshore and ocean activities for the owners and guests. We continue to work with you until a plan is finalized. We will make all marina reservations and get approvals from Cuba and continue to consult you throughout the trip.

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We will oversee and manage your land experiences we will deliver a seamless experience for the owners and guest. We will manage all detail needed by the client.

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