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Luxury Cruises into CartagenaPort of Cartagena, Attracting Luxury Boats

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Puerto de Cartagena, en la ruta de barcos de lujo | Corporación de Turismo de Cartagena | El Universal – Cartagena.

The Paul Gauguin cruise line included Cartagena in the route of the luxury ship Tere Moana, confirming the importance the walled city is gaining as an international tourist destination.

On Sunday, a total of five vessels from distinguished companies visited the city; the foray into the cruise market has become one of the main achievements of the Port of Cartagena, which seeks to capture the attention of renowned international lines .

The city government interprets this move as very important, entrenching Cartagena as major tourist destination in the Caribbean will boost the national tourism sector, with the corresponding benefits to the transportation, trade and gastronomy sectors.

CRUISE

The Tere Moana, left the island of St. Martin in the Caribbean, then from Cartagena will cross the Panama Canal and sail to the island of Coiba, Panama, and then to Marenco, in Costa Rica, and Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica.

Paul Gauguin Cruises is a specialized line of cruises to exotic destinations with warm weather and delivers services to customers that even the larger ships can not offer.  In fact, the maximum capacity of the Tere Moana, which was recently renovated, is only 90 people.

The other four boats that arrived over the weekend to Cartagena were: Seven Seas Mariner, a ship with 700 people with luxury features and marble European style tubs, gyms and jogging track, Coral Princess, Island Princess and The World, known for feeling like home with gyms and personal trainers, tennis courts, golf courses and luxury jewelers who travel the world, as they own several passenger cabins.

The Port of Cartagena expects 192 cruises in the 2013 season, not counting the first landfalls of the following ships: Wind Star, Disney Wonder, MS Columbus 2, Artania and Tere Moana.

GuacalitoNuevo Hotel, Cabañas, Villas y Cancha de Golf en Nicaragua

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13 enero 2013

Pellas inaugura Guacalito de la Isla

Con una inversión total de US$250 millones, Carlos Pellas, líder del grupo Pellas, inauguró el resort de lujo Guacalito de la Isla, que en una primera etapa ofrece un campo de golf de 18 hoyos, un hotel boutique, así como villas y cabañas, en el paradisíaco municipio de Tola, Rivas, cerca de San Juan del Sur.

Guacalito
Guacalito

La primera fase del emblemático proyecto eco-turístico Guacalito de la Isla, ubicado en la Costa Esmeralda del Pacífico, en el municipio de Tola, Rivas, y que busca posicionar a Nicaragua como un destino turístico de primer nivel, fue inaugurado anoche en presencia de empresarios de la región invitados por Carlos Pellas, quien calificó dicho proyecto como el legado que pretende heredar al país.

Con una estimación total de US$250 millones, la primera etapa contempla el hotel-boutique Mukul, que cuenta con 39 estancias, 16 villas de playa y 23 cabañas de montaña, edificadas en 1,600 acres (casi 650 hectáreas), con una inversión de US$150 millones.

“Mi visión es que dentro de 15, 20 años, veamos esto como la chispa que despertó a Nicaragua como destino turístico”, expresó Carlos Pellas, líder del grupo Pellas.

Construido con materiales eco-amigables y con el uso de zonas de captación de agua de lluvia, el resort está entre y rodeado por más de 1,500 árboles, algunos de gran tamaño que fueron transplantados. Un guanacaste de 150 años, erigido en la entrada del complejo, representa el esfuerzo por el cuido del medio ambiente.

 

 

 

A New Beachfront Retreat is Rising on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast

Read more:  A New Isla Mariana Beachfront Retreat is Rising on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast.

Isla Mariana Beachfront Retreat Nicaragua Blog

Grupo Mariana owns clear title to 1.5 kilometers of beach frontage on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua, 89 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Managua. The property is 17 acres situated on a peninsula that spans 11 kilometres in length and is bordered by the town of Salinas Grandes to the North and Puerto Sandino to the South.

Isla Mariana is now a community with one unique neighborhood while the master plan has been completely revised and now features a recreational 25-slip marina, true beachfront home sites and a 16-room boutique hotel under the Laya Boutique Hotel brand.

Laya Boutique Hotel and Bungalows is a new component under the Grupo Mariana umbrella, and is a completely unique hospitality offering within the country of Nicaragua. A relaxed, eco-conscious hideaway for those looking for a private beachfront experience, Laya will offer boutique hotel suites and beachfront bungalows stretched along the Pacific Ocean. Laya, which means “liquid” in Nicaragua’s native Miskito language, offers travelers and couples a private destination and experience.

We believe that Isla Mariana is truly positioned to become an “eco resort” that respects the environment and offers an uncompromising, relaxed lifestyle. It’s an off-the-beaten path just 30 minutes from the colonial city of Leon, Juan Venado Nature Reserve as well as the unique Salinas Grandes area where salts are pulled directly from the sea surrounds it. Because of this, Isla Mariana is dedicated to preserving and promoting Nicaragua’s natural resources and efforts are being made to classify the nearby salt fields as an eco-preserve. In essence, Isla Mariana is a wonderfully exceptional and beautiful place.

Distant thunder of aging boomers; Boat buyers continue to get older

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Published on: 2012/08/01

From:  Soundings Magazine:

A View from Here » Blog Archive » Distant thunder of aging boomers.

 

Distant thunder of aging boomers

The boys at my marina have been looking a tad older, as are the ones down in the anchorage. And so is the guy in the mirror, for that matter. The market of new boat buyers and current boaters is graying before our eyes.

We’re not alone. Consider that about 10,000 of the 77 million baby boomers are turning 65 every day. What are the implications for our industry?

It’s one of those good news/troubling news scenarios. More on that in a moment, but first some charts and figures from Info-Link’s Jack Ellis that graphically show the aging of new boat buyers during the past 15 years, as well as the age distribution of boaters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

read more at:  http://blog.tradeonlytoday.com/tradetalk/?p=581

 

 

 

 

 

Officials Promote Yacht Tourism in Colombia

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Published on: 2012/07/18

from:    Officials Promote New World Destination: Forum to Boost Yacht Tourism in Colombia | Boatbloggings.com – Yacht Charter News and Boating Blog.

 

 Government officials in Colombia are enthusiastic about integrating the country’s coast into existing Caribbean maritime routes. Recent efforts have created much excitement, particularly among cruising and racing sailors, who feel the development of a marine infrastructure, is long overdue.

According to Colombia’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism, “the country aims to develop its nautical tourism industry to bring more tourists to its Caribbean coast.”     

 

 

Roger Penske Discovers Boating | BoatTEST.com

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Published on: 2012/06/30

Roger Penske Discovers Boating | BoatTEST.com.

The sport of boating and the way the boating industry conducts business may never be the same.

 

Roger Penske

 

The big question in the marine industry the last seven days has been: “Where will Penske go next? Do you think he will take aim on our niche? How will he change the business?” Interestingly, Malibu, Correct Craft and other ski/wakeboard builders are not quaking in their topsiders. Some managers at these companies feel that while MasterCraft’s market share might grow, Penske will also do things that will grow the overall ski/wakeboard market, meaning all six of the companies will sell more boats. 

The truth of the matter is that virtually the whole industry could be at Penske’s feet, except for the few independent, family-owned companies who take pride in nurturing their business and handing it down to the next generation. But no matter what happens, that man who rarely appears to smile should have a positive effect on the sport and the quality of the boating industry in general. Welcome aboard, Roger. What took you so long?

 

Exceptional Fishing in Nicaragua

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Published on: 2012/04/21

Fishing in Nicaragua

Nicaragua is a wonderful country to visit if you are a keen fisherman and would like to attempt a variety of fishing techniques in the exotic waters found here. Not only will you have an opportunity to catch a variety of fish in all shapes and sizes, but you will also have a picturesque landscape with volcanoes and tropical rain forests as a background.

 

You may wonder how Nicaragua differs as a fishing destination from other seemingly equally wonderful areas. The biggest difference is that the waters of Nicaragua have only recently begun to be fished for recreational purposes. This means that there has been very little sporting pressure on natural fish populations in the area so fishermen can basically view it as virgin territory.

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