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									                             MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS
                                                                                                              MARINA FACT FILE
                                                                               CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

Marina Cabo San Lucas features 380 slips, accommodating vessels up to 200 feet with a maximum 18-foot draft. As one of the
globe's foremost sport-fishing destinations, it boasts the highest quality services and amenities expected at a luxury yacht marina, and
is strategically located in the harbor of Cabo San Lucas at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula. The marina plays host to some renowned
sport-fishing tournaments for marlin, tuna, dorado, and wahoo, as well as many other offerings located on-site and just steps away
including diverse charters, restaurants, entertainment and shopping venues. For private boat passengers, the marina offers electric
hook-up and water, a modern fuel dock, a general store, as well as laundry and shower facilities.

Los Cabos International Airport (IATA: SJD) is located outside of San Jose del Cabo and is approximately 30-45 minutes to Cabo San
Lucas. Whether arriving in a private boat or a cruise ship, the marina is an official Mexican port of entry. The beautiful San Lucas Bay
is deep enough for cruise ships to anchor, shuttling passengers to the basin for tours and excursions. Private yacht masters must have a
title for their vessel, proof of citizenship and appropriate clearance from the original point of departure. A visit to the immigration office
for tourist-entry forms for each passenger as well as a temporary import permit from the customs office is mandatory.

Cabo San Lucas is a small city at the southern tip of the state of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Since the construction of the
Transpeninsular Highway, Cabo San Lucas has become a high-end vacation destination. Cabo San Lucas' economy, like many resort
areas in Mexico, was based on fishing and is now geared towards tourism, though sport-fishing is one of the area's main attractions.
Cabo San Lucas is a bustling hub for sportfishermen, cruise ships, water-sport aficionados and nightlife seekers. It is considered the
second-fastest growing resort destination in all of Mexico and is particularly busy with visitors during the winter high season, from
November to February. The average year-round temperature is 78 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius). During the high season,
October to April, the temperature is typically 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and cools to the 60s at night. In the low season,
May to September, the temperature can go up to 100+ degrees Fahrenheit during the day and stay in the upper 70s and low 80s in
the evening. The average year-round water temperature in the Sea of Cortez is 72 degrees Fahrenheit and can go up to the mid 80s
in the summer. The climate is arid with over 300 days of sunshine, with some reports of over 350 days. The average annual rainfall is
10 inches (25.4cm), with most occurring during the months of September and October.

The official language of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is Spanish, and the currency is the Mexican Peso. Exchange rates at booths and
hotels are slightly lower than banks, but the wait may be longer. Banks are open weekdays from 9 am to 4pm or later, and Saturdays
from 10am to 2pm. Please note that some do not exchange travelers' checks. Shops and restaurants accept dollars as well as credit
cards, and ATMs and American Express offices are available, with cash dispensed in pesos.

Play golf in championship-designed golf courses, where the contrast between the blue sea, the green grass, and the desert is inspiring
or go fishing in one of the deepest and richest seas of the world. Fine dining or simply resting on the beaches of the quiet resorts in the
area, Cabo San Lucas has something to offer to everyone. With some of the best all-around sport fishing in the world and every water
sport imaginable, Cabo is the ultimate destination for travelers looking for outdoor adventure.

                                                    Marina Cabo San Lucas
                                          T +52 624 173 9140 • F +52 624 143 1253
                                        Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico 23450
                                          LAT: 22°53'06.93"N • LONG: 109°54'36.42"W
                                               MARINA CABO SAN LUCAS
                                                                     CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

                                                                    •380 slips/33 megayacht berths
                                                                    •Maximum length: 200ft/47m
                                                                    •Maximum draft: 18ft/6m
                                                                    •Maximum beam: 63ft/19m

                                                                    MARINA HIGHLIGHTS
                                                                    •30-45 minutes to Los Cabos International Airport
                                                                    •24-hour security
                                                                    •Crew facilities, WiFi and cable TV
                                                                    •Full-service boatyard and repair facility including a 70-ton TraveLift
                                                                    •Situated along main yachting routes in a protected harbor
                                                                    •Modern floating concrete docks
                                                                    •Ultra-modern fuel dock and pump-out service
                                                                    •40,000 gallon/day desalination plant providing potable water

                                                                    CRUISING GROUNDS
                                                                    Beautifully located at the very southern end of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo
                                                                    San Lucas marks the place where the waters of the Pacific Ocean meet
                                                                    the Sea of Cortes. The waters around Cabo are well-known for fishing,
                                                                    whale watching and the spectacular scenery.

NEW YORK HARBOR: Newport Yacht Club & Marina
NEW YORK: Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina
BOSTON: Boston Yacht Haven
MEXICO: Marina Cabo San Lucas
ST. LUCIA: *Rodney Bay Marina
ST. MAARTEN: Simpson Bay Marina, *The Yacht Club at Isle De Sol
ST. THOMAS: American Yacht Harbor, *Yacht Haven Grande St. Thomas
COLOMBIA: Marina Santa Marta
PUERTO RICO: Palmas del Mar Yacht Club
*= Indicates member of the Yacht Haven Grande Collection,
representing the finest megayacht marinas in the world.

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