Golfito Marina

Located on the southern pacific coast of Costa Rica, the luxurious Golfito Marina Village and Resort is now open for business.

This ambitious $42 million-dollar project has reached its first checkpoint and is already capable of hosting 121-meter superyachts while offering guests a total of 50 slips with full accommodations such as fuel docks, sewage treatment plants and a large commercial area. The Marina has already been visited by the super-yacht Halo, as seen in the video below.

Though parts of the resort are still under construction, visitors to the marina can already enjoy the benefits of a fully-equipped yard, 24-hour security and a huge range of yacht services. The anticipated on-site yacht club is a members-only luxury, with restaurants, a cigar lounge, private concierge, fully-stocked bar and a spacious patio for evening drinks. When the project is completed in 2019, the marina will have 132 slips, a 54-room hotel and 57 villas, all floating.

For more information about Golfito Marina Village and Resort, or to contact the marina about securing a private berth (or even a villa), please visit the Golfito Marina website. Even more backstory about this amazing project can be found here.

 

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