Cruising Ports: the Central American Route

Cruising Ports:

the Central American Route

Capt Pat Rains – [updated July 2016] Nautical guidebook (272 pages, full color) covers all the yachts stops in Pacific Central America (Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Pacific Panama), then Mexico’s Gulf Coast to Veracruz, NW Yucatan, NW Cuba, Yucatan Channel, Belize, Rio Dulce, Honduras and the Bay Islands, the Western Caribbean islands & banks, Panama’s Caribbean cruising grounds. Transiting the Panama Canal is the final chapter. Has 101 GPS-accurate charts, 288 color photos. Paperwork Cha Cha has blank forms, GPS Waypoint List to the whole route, WX Radio Frequencies, fully indexed. Expanded Resource Directory lists all marinas, fuel docks, boat yards, ship’s agents, websites, emails. (Works well as a companion to Mexico Boating Guide.) Cruising Ports is $59.95.

$59.95 (+ S & H, Tax in CA)




Updates

Dec. 2013: Pg 42: San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Port Clearance: The new Immigration office is open, so boaters can clear in and out of Nicaragua here.

 

Pg 239: Panama Canal Transit Fees increased for yachts in October 2013.

 

Pg 198: Replace the first paragraph with the following and update the chart: From the Cayo Vivarillo anchorage (15° 50’N, 83°19’W) we clear the south end of the Cayo and then head SE for 75 miles to an offshore waypoint at (15° 14.4’N, 82°16.6’W). This passes 2.5 miles south of the cay at the south end of the Cocorocuma Reefs. From the latter waypoint we trun SSE and lay a course 120 miles to the east side of Isla Providencia. Total distance is 209 n.m. We easily continue from Isla Providencia to Isla San Andrés.

 

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