Puerto del rey marina fajardo pr: Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey

Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey in Fajardo, PR, United States — Marina Reviews — Phone Number

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Last Updated: Apr 08, 2022 4:28PM


Diesel $2.19

Brand: Shell

Gas Premium $2.75

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Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey lies in a beautiful and naturally protected bay, where its massive breakwater has provided shelter from tropical storms and hurricanes for over 25 years. 1000 slips accommodate boats up to 180 LOA with 15 feet draught. Extensive storage and repair facilities accompany more than 400 drystack spaces on 50 acres of land. Perfectly situated on the eastern tip of Puerto Rico, the marina is very close to the spectacular islands of Culebra and Vieques; beyond these lie the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey is also an ideal place to stage longer voyages to the U.S., Bermuda, South America and the Panama Canal.

In addition to the amenities below, Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey also offers:

  • Oil recycling
  • Medical Facilities within 5 miles of Marina
  • Launch Ramp
  • Police and Fire stations near Marina
  • Game Room
  • Jogging Trail
  • Car rental on marina property

Please Note: Mega Yachts or Cats are subject to be placed on our T-Head at a higher price than quoted. We will call or chat you to address.

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Slips:750

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Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Jan 28, 2022


Fuel Dock:Yes

Gas:Yes

Diesel:Yes

Dockage:Yes

Water Hookup:Yes

Wi-Fi:Yes

Pump-out:Yes

Restrooms:Yes

Showers:Yes

Laundry:Yes

Ice:Yes

Captains Lounge:Yes

Security:Yes

Cable TV on Slips:Yes

Groceries:Yes

Hotels:Yes

Restaurants:Yes

Ship Store:Yes

Bait & Tackle:Yes

Max. Vessel LOA:180.0 Feet

Max. Slip Width:15.0 Feet

Electric Voltage:110 — 440

Travel Lift:Yes

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Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey —  frequenttraveler1May 16, 2021

Wear a mask! The CDC says to n order to stop the spread.
Ok! We sacrifice be our rights for the sake of science. Those who don’t follow the CDC hear from everyone: «Follow the science» «Respect the science»
Now, the CDC science says that anyone Vaccinated no longer needs to wear a mask. So, after preaching the importance of following the science, what does Puerto del Ray do?
Ummmmmm, Forget the science, everyone still has to wear a mask.

Up until now it was the government using science as the excuse to deny you your freedoms. Now, with the science no longer on their side, it’s Puerto del Ray that is denying you your freedom without the science to back it up.
Here is a good phrase for Puerto del Ray that they are obviously familiar with. «Follow the science» or be known as a hypocrite.

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Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey —  brokesailorApr 17, 2019

Everything is a far walk from the slip so wear your walking shoes unless you want to spend a lot of time waiting on a golf cart. I came here because I was told it was a freat place to coordinate maintenance. I was disappointed with maintenance contractor service.

Good evening brokesailor,
Thank you for sharing your experience with us. Please, write me at [email protected]
so I can learn more about the contractor service and see what challenges did you encounter. We welcome feedback from our customers in an effort to always strive for excellence. Carlos

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Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey —  svmimzyAug 12, 2017

Amazing service! From Nelson the Concierge to the multitude of dock guys taking care of moving us from the boat to the office every day. We will definitely stay in PDR when possible!

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Explore Puerto Rico by Boat! Tying up at Puerto del Rey Marina in Fajardo, PR

Marinas

 

Fajardo, a small city on the northeast coast of Puerto Rico, has fantastic culture, climate, cuisine, and proximity to nearby small islands such as Vieques and Culebra.

With more than 1,000 slips and extensive facilities on the southern border of Fajardo, Puerto del Rey Marina is the largest and most complete marina in the Caribbean, – with a big heart to match: you can always expect a warm welcome from their attentive team, and a wealth of information and assistance from Nelson, the on-site concierge.

Arrival

The entrance to Puerto del Rey Marina is pretty straight forward: we recommend boaters observe the buoys, monitor GPS, and keep boat speed below 5MPH approaching the breakwater. Please be mindful of the dolphin and manatee populations that inhabit the bay and marina waters. If you need help, the marina monitors channels 71 and 16.

We love a good marina livestream feed: click here to see current conditions in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. 

Fun fact: The iconic docking scene from the movie Captain Ron was filmed on Puerto del Rey’s main pier! (Note: The marina does not does not advise attempting this docking technique.)

Provisioning & Dining

If you’re looking for local delicacies like mofongo, pastelillos and arroz con habichuelas, look no further than Puerto del Rey Marina’s on-site seafood restaurant La Cueva del Mar. More great recommendations: Las Brisas Restaurant in El Conquistador, or the brick-oven pizza from Entre Pizzas y Leña.

Start your day with a hearty breakfast: El Flamboyán and Erik’s Gyros & Deli are two great breakfast spots in Luquillo, about 15 minutes away. La Estación is another local gem that makes traditional Puerto Rican food with a modern twist. Looking for a solid watering hole? Check out El Anamu Bar & Grill, Board Riders in Luquillo and the famous Kioskos de Luquillo.

Guests can provision right at Puerto del Rey Marina through the marina’s concierge office, as well as at the on-site Deli Market and Marina Supply Store. There are also several nearby grocery stores and a large West Marine within 20 minutes of the marina.

The Great Outdoors

Puerto Rico has something for everyone! Visitors can choose between five 18-hole golf courses within 20 miles of the marina. For the more adventurous types, check out the ATV and horseback riding tours through El Yunque Rainforest, ziplining adventures, SCUBA diving, and kayaking tours in Bioluminescent Bay. You can also hike trails and bathe in rivers in the rainforest. All this no more than 15 minutes from the marina!

Day-trips from Fajardo

Isla Palominos and Cayo Icacos, both within 10NM of Puerto del Rey, are two great places to anchor for a relaxing day. Isla Culebra is about 20NM away and has several white sand beaches, two of which – Flamenco & Culebrita – have been named among the world’s Top 10.

Historical Sites & Nature on Puerto Rico

Las Cabezas de San Juan Natural Reserve is located several miles north of Puerto del Rey. Not only is it home to an historic lighthouse, lit in 1882, but it is also one of the most ecologically diverse areas on the island. It is home to a bio-luminescent lagoon, mangroves, coral reefs, dry forests, sandy and rocky beaches; you can visit all these ecosystems the same day! 

Las Tinajas and La Zanja de Fajardo are two of nature’s hidden gems that the Concierge and Customer Service teams at Puerto del Rey Marina can help you find. The marina itself has a wide variety of local flora throughout the marina, including several fruits like passion fruit, Barbadian cherries and avocados. 

When to Visit

There’s plenty to do at Puerto del Rey Marina. Those visiting in late October can catch the Puerto del Rey Billfish Tournament, as well as the local farmer and artisan market. The first Saturday of every month guests are treated to cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Captains Lounge with marina management team members. In January, the marina throws a party to celebrate the holidays and kick off the new year!

More to see at Puerto del Rey

We love dockdogs, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t give a shout-out to Sasa! Known as Sasa the SeaTow Dog, Puerto del Rey’s resident pup patrols the premises to keep things under control.

Many thanks to the team at Puerto del Rey for providing this excellent intel! If you’re cruising to the islands this winter, make sure to include some quality time at Puerto del Rey Marina in your floatplan.

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90,000 A small sailboat rests on the bottom of Marina del Rey in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, as a result of Hurricane George’s damaging winds. Boats in the harbor were literally lifted from their docks during George’s rampage last Monday

A small sailboat rests on the bottom of Marina del Rey in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, as a result of Hurricane George’s damaging winds. The boats in the harbor were literally lifted from their docks during George’s rampage last Monday

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