El faro puerto rico: PARADOR EL FARO $137 ($̶1̶8̶0̶) — Updated 2022 Prices & Hotel Reviews

Parador El Faro, Aguadilla – Updated 2022 Prices

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Featuring an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Parador El Faro is in Aguadilla. Free Wi-Fi access is available.

Each room here includes a TV, air conditioning and satellite channels. The private bathroom also provides a hairdryer and free toiletries. You can enjoy views of the grounds from the rooms. Extras include a desk and bed linens.

At Parador El Faro there is a tennis court. Other facilities available at the property include meeting facilities, a game room and a vending machine. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the area, including golf. The property provides free parking.

Rafael Hernández Airport is 4.8 km away, and Crash Boat Beach is a 2-minute drive away.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.3 for a two-person trip.

Parador El Faro has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Aug 27, 2014

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Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools

Property Highlights


Top Location: Highly rated by recent guests (9.2)

Continental, American


Free private parking available at the hotel


There are more repeat guests here than most other properties.

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Property questions and answers

Browse questions from guests for anything extra you want to know about the property

The property usually replies within a few days

  • Hola tengo 2 perritos minishauser. … cuánto sería el precio por ellos 3 días — 2 noches
    2 adultos
    2 niños
    2 perritos

    Saludos. Los Perritos tienen un costo adicional de $25.00 por perrito para la estadía de 3 días y 2 noches.

    Answered on January 6, 2021

  • How much for my dog?

    Hello! The dog would be $25.00 for a stay up to 5 nights.

    Answered on January 6, 2021

  • Pets are allowed?

    Hii!!
    Yes, we are pet friendly, if you have any question, please let us know.

    Answered on October 13, 2020

  • Están permitidos los gatos? Cuanto seria? O solo se permiten mascotas de servicio?

    Saludos:
    Nuestra Hospederia es Dog Friendly solamente. Hay un cargo de $25.00 y no debe pasar de las 50 lbs.

    Answered on December 16, 2021

  • Do the room has iron bord?

    Greetings,
    Yes all of our rooms have ironing boards.
    Thank you!

    Answered on December 19, 2021

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Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools

Outdoors

  • Garden

Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.

Activities

  • Golf course (within 2 miles)
    Additional charge

  • Tennis court

Food & Drink

  • Coffee house on site

  • Bar

Internet

WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.

Parking

Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).

  • Parking

Services

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Vending machine (snacks)

  • Vending machine (drinks)

  • Fax/Photocopying

  • Laundry
    Additional charge

  • 24-hour front desk

  • Meeting/Banquet facilities
    Additional charge

Safety & security

  • Fire extinguishers

  • Smoke alarms

  • 24-hour security

  • Safe

General

  • Air conditioning

  • Smoke-free property

  • Family rooms

  • Facilities for disabled guests

  • Non-smoking rooms

2 swimming pools


    Pool 1 – outdoor
    Free!

  • Open all year

  • Pool/Beach towels

  • Beach chairs/Loungers


  • Pool 2 – outdoor (kids)
    Free!

  • Suitable for kids

  • Kids’ pool

  • Yoga classes

  • Beach chairs/Loungers

Languages Spoken

  • English

  • Spanish

Check-in

From 3:00 PM

Check-out

Until 11:00 AM

Cancellation/
prepayment

Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to accommodations type.
Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.

Children & Beds

Child policies

Children of all ages are welcome.

Children 18 and above are considered adults at this property.

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Crib and extra bed policies

Cribs and extra beds aren’t available at this property.

No age restriction

There’s no age requirement for check-in

Pets

Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.

Cards accepted at this hotel

Parador El Faro accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.

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Parador El Faro, Aguadilla, United States.

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Parador El Faro is a charming 3-star hotel conveniently located only 4.3km (2.7mi) from the center of Aguadilla.

Facilities
Dining facilities at Parador El Faro include a restaurant. There is also room service available. The hotel boasts a 24-hour front desk service. Other hotel amenities include garden. Other services: tour assistance, wheelchair accessibility. Business/Internet: The following Internet options are available at the hotel: high-speed wired access, high-speed wireless access are complimentary; dial-up access is offered for a surcharge.

Transportation/Parking facilities
For guest convenience, parking is offered at no extra cost. Valet parking is also available.

Hotel Services and Facilities

Free WiFi
Free parking
Free breakfast

Hotel facilities
  • 24 hour front desk
  • Fitness Center
  • Restaurant

FAQ

What are the check-in and check-out times at Parador El Faro?

The guests can check in from . Check-out time is .

What is the nearest airport to Parador El Faro?

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (BQN-Rafael Hernandez) is located 2.66mi from the property.

Is there a fitness center?

A state-of-the-art fitness center, equipped with weight-training machines, can be accessed by all guests.

Is the front desk open 24 hours?

Our helpful 24-hour front desk is ready to assist you with any inquiry.

Are there restaurants nearby or on-site?

Looking for a place to eat? The property offers at least one full-service restaurant.

How to book

Making your reservation in Parador El Faro is easy and secure. Simply select your dates of stay and click on the “Check Rates” button to submit the form.

After room types and rates are returned to your screen, you will be able to choose the rate you desire by reading the room information in the center of the screen, then clicking on the «Book Now» button on the right side of the screen. After you have selected your desired room type, you will be taken to a «Complete your booking» form. Then you will need to review the «Details of your stay» and fill in the blanks on the «Guest Details» section. Be sure your name and email address are spelled correctly.

After you fill out all of the needed information, press the «Complete reservation» button. To ensure your security, we use a secure commerce server, which encrypts the credit card number and encodes it into a non-usable form.

SS El Faro — frwiki.wiki

SS El Faro is an American cargo ship flying the United States ro-ro flag. Built in 1975 by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. as Puerto Rico , the ship was redesignated Northern Lights in 1991 and finally El Faro in 2006. He left Jacksonville, Florida for Puerto Rico early in the morning. and sank in the Bahamas as a result of Hurricane Joaquin .

Summary

  • 1 career

    • 1.1 Causes of flooding
    • 1.2 Black Box and Investigation
  • 2 Notes and references

Career

The ship’s last position at in the morning, very close to the site of the hurricane.

SS El Faro was built in 1975 by Sun Shipbuilding Corporation and Drydock Chester , Pennsylvania. Created as Puerto Rico and operated by steamship company Navieras de Puerto Rico , it has been shipping goods to and from the East Coast of the United States for over two decades. Vessel was purchased by SACS Maritime of Tacoma, WA in 1991 and renamed Northern Lights for transport between Tacoma and Anchorage, Alaska.

Two years later, she was extended by 27 meters at Alabama Inc.’s shipyard, to continue sailing between the two ports until the early 2000s, while she was chartered by the US Naval Maritime Transportation Command. In 2006, the ship was transferred to subsidiary Sea Star Lines and renamed El Faro for coastal service between Jacksonville, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

During his last departure for , the hurricane was just a tropical storm on a planned path. Less than two days later, Joaquin became a Category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. The vessel reported rough seas and extreme weather conditions; he took the water and the house at 15 degrees, but the report notes that the flood was contained. Shortly thereafter, SS El Faro stopped all communications with land. He was reported missing .

The US Coast Guard searched over 630000 km 2 and found two areas of debris, but had to stop searching on the evening of with no survivors. At , U.S. federal investigators confirmed that the wreckage had been found over 4,500 meters underwater the day before. According to sonar, the ship sank vertically.

Causes of a shipwreck

Like many accidents, the causes of sinking are multifactorial.

A US Coast Guard investigation similar to that of the NSTB (United States Air Accident Investigation Bureau) cited as the root cause the responsibility of Captain Michael S. Davidson, who otherwise received a low rating, who, after consultation with his staff, chose to steer to windward side of the Bahamas. Islands and too close to the path of Tropical Storm Joaquin , causing it to pass through a dangerous semi-circle despite its officers’ misgivings, and then incorrectly process weather information, sticking to its already outdated updates from a single source, and neglecting to cross — link this information to information from other weather sources.

However, other aggravating factors accelerated the catastrophe:

  • Very atypical trajectory of Hurricane Joaquin completely different from the usual trajectories of these phenomena for the area under consideration.
  • Fuel economy concerns are poorly placed, weighing the decision not to take a big detour to get away from the «eyes» of the storm.
  • Vessel’s age and maintenance: this forty year old ship (ten years older than usual) was modified several times (becoming a hybrid between a ro-ro cargo ship and a container ship), but was in poor condition (a former sailor served on board, unkindly called it » with an old bucket of rust » in front of the Commission of Inquiry. To stay within legal stability limits, fixed ballast was installed on board which reduced her freeboard and made it easier for water to enter through openings in the hull at the level of the garage deck, known as the «shelter deck». The vessel designated for American national cabotage, El Faro in (Jones Law) was required to sail under the American flag and crewed by its own citizens, which forced the owner to save on maintenance of the vessel and keep it in operation beyond reasonable limits. offset reimbursement costs.
  • Loss of thrust in the midst of a hurricane: a vessel already affected by waterways associated with cargo movement (containers and unlaid vehicles damaging pipes and creating waterways) and having a very important windage effect (wind lag), exacerbated by the effects of a liquid hull, took a list long enough to turn off the turbine lubrication pumps and cause the equipment to shut down at the most inopportune moment. After the equipment failed, the ship became a hurricane’s toy and, in addition, lost the energy to operate the exhaust pumps.
  • Insufficient means of rescue: the old ship El Faro was equipped with classic davit-launched lifeboats rather than decks, while more modern cargo ships use fully enclosed lifeboats such as the stern-launched escape pod due to the very steep descent. . In the extreme conditions (winds over 100 knots or 180 km/h) encountered by the ship, the safety afforded by conventional rowboats or inflatable rafts (which otherwise could not be launched) was completely illusory. A lone corpse dressed in a rescue suit will be discovered by a rescue helicopter and then disappear before it can be rescued, while among the floating wreckage, rescuers will find unused rescue suits, a half-inflated automatic raft and the wreckage of a lifeboat badly damaged containers that floated for a while.

«Black box» and investigation

Although the ships were not equipped with the same recorders as the aircraft, El Faro was equipped with a call recorder for bridge officers.

Discovered and retrieved by an ROV (Remotely Controlled Underwater Robot), it allowed investigators to record on a fifty-page document the deteriorating situation over the course of several hours through conversations between officers, helmsman and personal computer.

Notes and links

  1. (in) « SS El Faro «, on www. eagle.org, American Bureau of Shipping Records (accessed October 10, 2015)
  2. ↑ «US : research continues after the sinking of cargo ship El Faro «, Le Figaro , (read online) .
  3. ↑ « USA: Freighter El Faro sank», Le Figaro , (read online) .
  4. ↑ « El Faro: search for survivors suspended «, Le Figaro , (read online) .
  5. ↑ « USA: New wreck of El Faro found», Le Figaro , (read online) .
  6. ↑ Jason Dearen, « Bahamas: Missing Shipwrecks Found», Associated Press , (read online [archived ] , accessed November 2, 2015) .
  7. ↑ « Luis Jar Torre -UN FARO EN APUROS — El hundimiento de «El Faro» en el huracán» Joaquín ««, on www.grijalvo.com (accessed March 26, 2019)

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MOSCOW, March 6 — RIA Novosti. The captain of the El Faro ship that sank in the fall of 2015 received weather reports six hours late, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) experts told CBS after analyzing route recorders.

December 14, 2016, 02:42

Captain of the El Faro wreck spoke of conflicting weather reports There were many sources of weather information. Part of the NTSB investigation is to determine which ones were used by crew members at certain times.

The El Faro cargo ship, carrying 33 crew members, left Puerto Rico bound for Florida. The ship disappeared in early October 2015 during Hurricane Joaquin. All crew members were killed. In April 2016, recorders were discovered at a depth of about 5 kilometers in the Bahamas, they were only raised in August, after which the NTSB began an investigation into the causes of the disaster.

«We learned from the route recorders that weather reports were repeatedly sent to the ship. The officers of the watch received printed text reports, and then the captain received graphic reports every six hours in his cockpit,» NTSB specialist Brian Young said on the air of the channel.

According to Brian, the reports received by the captain actually provided information six hours late.

«Those (reports — ed.) that the watch officers received were more reliable in terms of relevance, while the data received by the captain was 6 hours old,» said the specialist, who confirmed that all this happened in the face of «a storm that was gathering strength faster than many others.»

The specialist also emphasized that when the hurricane began, the captain of the ship decided to change the route and went to sleep for eight hours in his cabin, as he was sure that they would bypass the danger zone. «We will safely pass behind it (the hurricane — ed.). The faster we move, the better,» the TV channel quotes Captain Davidson, taken from the records of the recorders.

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