Vista Mar Marina
“Fully equipped marina ideally located near the Panama canal"
Vista Mar Marina is a beautiful and conveniently placed marina on the coast of Panama, 42 nautical miles from the Pacific opening of the Panama Canal.
Contact InformationAddress: Via Panamericana Panama City, Panama 00507
Tel: +507 658 9989 1
Vista Mar Marina is located on the beaches of the Pacific coast, District of San Carlos, Panama. With 206 berths (each with electric service, Wi-Fi and drinking water) the marina can accommodate boats of any size, with up to 1,200 feet of docks for megayachts. Approximately 42 nautical miles southwest of the Panama Canal, Vista Mar Marina is ideal for navigating to the Caribbean or Europe. The marina is just 25km from an International airport, so it is easy to get to by air, land and sea.
The marina provides all the services you may need your boat, such as drinking water, various electrical connections, forklifts, dry storage areas, fuel supply, Internet access, an exclusive panoramic restaurant with bar and sea view, 24 hour reception, laundry security and Quick store among others. Further luxury amenities for owners, captains and crews, means that you can safely enjoy the comfort and entertainment of the marina. There is also a heliport on the marina, for direct air access.
Marina and crew services• Seamanship service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
• Immigration Service and Panama customs
• Manoeuvring assistance from the water
• Management office
• Personalised assistance
• Tourist and weather information
• On-site parking
• Commercial shopping district with nautical services
• Fuel station open 7 days a week
• Security and video surveillance 24 hours
• Fire Safety
• Selective waste collection
• Bar restaurant
• Mini market
• Hardware supplies
With the best of Panama within walking distance and also the best islands in the Pacific Ocean a short distance offshore, Vista Mar Marina is a beautiful and convenient stop off between two oceans.
Marine facilities provide basic services including navigational aid, facilitating the transit of recreational boats to the region. It is also part of a local group of marinas already in operation, with the aim of increasing the supply of water spaces.