Golfito Marina Village: On the Drawing Board

Marina development planned for the popular southern Costa Rica destination

Golfito Marina Village Costa Rica
The proposed Golfito Marina Village in Costa Rica.Courtesy Golfito Marina Village

Planned as one of the most progressive destinations in Central America, Golfito Marina Village will feature luxury ocean-side villas and suites, a five-star resort, restaurants, shopping and more.

Phase one of the marina, consisting of 52 berths and a fuel dock, is scheduled to open during the third quarter of 2016. At that time, the marina will have dockage for yachts from 40 to 350 feet in length, and will provide shore power as well as fresh water and black water pump-out at each slip. The 268-foot fuel dock will supply diesel and gasoline with high-speed pumps.

Upon completion, the Marina Village shops will offer a variety of fishing-friendly services, such as a ship’s chandlery and tackle shop with live bait, high-volume ice machines, flash freeze services and a certified weigh station, as well as a full-service shipyard with a 45-ton Travelift. There will be three restaurants on site including one located on an island in Golfito Bay, a steak house with a microbrewery and fine dining available in the Golfito Yacht Club.