NEW MARINA ADDS TO RECREATION ON MEXICO’S COAST
March 1, 2002
A brand new marina in Ensenada, B.C., Mexico, will afford more dockage for boaters who visit the area to enjoy the myriad year-round recreational activities. Design, supply and installation of the new Unifloat dock system will be performed by world-renowned marina constructor Bellingham Marine.
Ensenada Cruiseport Village and its 214 floating slips, averaging 50′ in length, will greet boaters with a variety of amenities, including dockside power and lighting, telephone and TV at each slip. The facility will also feature a fuel dock. Many who visit the Ensenada area come from southern California.
A ride down the scenic tollway is all it takes to witness or be a part of the over 75 sporting, cultural and gastronomical events that occur every year. Just a few miles south of Ensenada is La Bufadora, one of the biggest blowholes in North America. To the northeast is the Valle de Guadalupe, noted for the vineyards that produce nearly 90% of Mexico’s wine. The city is also host to many international events, such as the Baja 1000 Off Road Race, Newport-Ensenada Regatta, and the Rosarito-Ensenada Bike Race.
Bellingham’s environmentally friendly floating docks are engineered to provide attractive, low-maintenance moorage in all types of water and weather conditions anywhere in the world.
From Bellingham Marine, P.O. Box 8, Bellingham, WA 98227. Website: www.bellingham-marine.com. Unifloat® is a registered trademark of Bellingham Marine.