The Marina Update: Exciting Progress at Costa Palmas

Work on the Marina has been in full swing—with dredging galore. The area was reopened Thanksgiving weekend, with efforts led by Lucas Bröker overseeing the project as Marina Director.

Over the last few months, the Costa Palmas Marina team has been working on two big projects that are reshaping the Marina experience in the best ways. The first project is focused on the breakwater, which has been extended with rocks to protect the mouth of the Marina. These improvements mean that waves will no longer enter the Marina and sand will not wash up with the tide.

The team has also been dredging the entrance to the Marina. Previously about nine feet in depth, the entrance has been increased to about 15 feet or 5 meters.

More boats of larger lengths and greater depths will be able to be accommodated—an exciting prospect for those with luxury vessels.

“The long-term vision is a full-service marina dedicated to members, with moorings for lengths of up to 250 feet and all vessel-related services provided,” says Lucas. “We want our Costa Palmas members to experience turnkey ease throughout every touchpoint.”

What’s coming next? The docks are the upcoming priority. Utilizing about 150 moorings and a complex process, they’re soon to be new and improved.

Centrally located within Costa Palmas, the Marina will eventually feature 300 slips for yachts up to 230 feet in length. Yacht owners will enjoy comprehensive services including, but not limited to, private dockage, a dry stack system, yacht maintenance services, tailored provisioning and fueling services, as well as power, water, ice, and wifi service and more at the ready.

Surrounding the Costa Palmas Marina, the Marina Village will be dotted with artisanal boutiques, a selection of signature and casual dining options, and waterfront gathering spaces.

And the good news—you can live right in the heart of the Marina Village. Casa Blake, the first ownership offering in the village, is designed by Martin Brudzinski and offers luxurious homes of inspired design, casual glamor, and playful sophistication. Here, residents take in outstanding ocean and savor internationally acclaimed dining. Shopping and the yacht club are steps away, as well as the Beach Club and the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez. A portal to adventure, the Costa Palmas Marina is anticipated to reach capacity quickly.

“We are noticing a high demand for a Marina along this stretch of coastline,” said Lucas. “The amenity portfolio and services at the Marina Village, Yacht Club, and Costa Palmas Marina are sophisticated and elevated, offering an experience unlike any other in Mexico or around the world.”
Tuesday, December 20, 2022