New Costa Rica Marina Village to become first of its kind North of the Panama Canal
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica , July 4, 2012 / For Immediate Release– Crocodile Bay Resort, Costa Rica a world famous sport fishing resort that opened its doors in 1999 to thousands of salt water anglers and eco-tourists has announced plans for the construction a new Costa Rica Marina, oceanfront boutique hotel and residential village. The mid-sized marina will consist of a completely floating wavebreak and dock system that will facilitate the unobstructed flow of sea water and marine life making it ecologically sensitive and one of a kind in Costa Rica.
The new marina will also become the closest international full service marina North of the Panama Canal. This southern location will provide vessels an easy port of entry to Costa Rican waters and include a full range of marina services never before available in the country’s South Pacific point of entry : fuel, WiFi, emergency fire boat response team, golf cart access to docks, dry dock storage, boat launching services, 24hr security, helipad, concierge services, separate charter dock, immigration and first port of call services. For the first time this will allow vessels an easy way to access Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast in its entirety.
CBRM is located in Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce (Sweet Gulf), a naturally protected harbor in a hurricane free zone. The marina village will offer a boutique oceanfront hotel with rooms built directly above the ocean. This will give guests and boat owners an unparalleled view of the Golfo Dulce (one of only a few tropical fjord systems in the world.)
Oceanfront Hotel Amenities: Large infinity edge swimming pool built out over the ocean, overlooking the marina, bar, restaurants, shops, fitness center, conference facilities, casino, spa and wellness center focused on all natural rainforest treatments.
Trophy Sport fishing, Whale Watching, and Exotic Rainforest EcoTours
If sitting on the back of your boat watching a 500 pound marlin take your bait or listening to the resident leviathan humpbacks as they blow sea spray into the air sounds like a pipe dream, think again! Crocodile Bay will soon be making this dream a reality with its new marina village. Southern Costa Rica is considered one of the greatest sport fishing destinations on Earth where anglers will delight in catch and release fishing for species such as marlin, sailfish, mahi-mahi, tuna and a myriad of inshore trophy species (roosterfish, snapper, pompano, grouper and more).
Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula has been referred to by National Geographic Magazine as “The most ecologically intense place on Earth” and the tours and activities the area has to offer include some of Costa Rica’s best. Rappel from a thundering waterfall, ride the world’s second longest left hand surf break or take a zipline through the canopy of a primary rainforest where you may witness up to four indigenous species of monkey. The area is also famous for its miles of pristine beaches perfect for surfing, shore casting, or just relaxing.
Get in Line – The Founders Club
Crocodile Bay Resort and Marina is now offering a limited number of slips and residences. There is sure to be a race for these sought after turnkey properties due to their unique location in Costa Rica and the tremendous success of Los Sueños Resort & Marina in Playa Herradura. The first 50 owners or “Founders Club” members will have their choice of location on Crocodile Bay’s manicured 44 acres. Prices start at a reasonable $509,000 USD for a combination slip and residence. At market prices this is equivalent to getting the slip for free. Construction on the project is slated to start in mid 2013. Buyers will have several options including rental pools and fractional ownership opportunities.
Getting on Board with Crocodile Bay Resort & Marina
Crocodile Bay Resort and Marina is only a 45 minute local flight from Costa Rica’s capital San Jose. For more information about the marina project or to be considered for the Founders Club, please visit the Crocodile Bay Resort and Marina website at www.crocodilebaymarina.com or call 1-800-733-1115 media relations contact firstname.lastname@example.org