Published On: Mon, Aug 25th, 2014

The Ultimate Online Cruising Guide to the Yucatan

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The objective of the website http://www.yucatancruising.com/ is to guide the cruisers that are planning a trip to the Peninsula of Yucatan on their own boat, and provide them with all of the information that they might need in order to make their travel a very pleasant, enjoyable, full of fun and safe one.

This online cruising guide provides the traveler with information regarding where to go and how to get there, including some very useful detailed charts and photos of the most recommendable places to visit, as well as lists of services that the visitor might want or need during a trip.

This website also guides the user through the various steps of customs and immigration, as well as provides recommendations on what to do (and not do) while visiting the different ports of  the Yucatan Peninsula.

Most importantly, on this website people will be encouraged to explore the many wonders that this beautiful area of the world has to offer to the cruiser, and suggest the best and most economic ways of enjoying some of the best tourist destinations, cities, mayan archaeological sites and other attractions that only the Yucatan has to offer.

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www.yucatancruising.com

Even though it’s still under construction, the website alreay displays a lot of valuable information on how te get by boat to the following ports of the Peninsula:

  • Progreso, Yucatan
  • Telchac Puerto
  • Rio Lagartos, Yucatan
  • Alacranes Reef
  • Isla Mujeres, Q.Roo
  • Campeche, Campeche
  • Celestun, Yucatan
  • Sisal, Yucatan.
  • Cozumel, Q.Roo
  • Holbox, Q.Roo
  • El Cuyo, Yucatan

 

For comments or questions please send an e-mail to:
info@yucatancruising.com

Source: http://www.yucatancruising.com

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