The immensity of the ocean that surrounds Mexico forms its coastal features, creating bays, gulfs and peninsulas. This geographical setting is perfect for all kinds of activities, notably boating, allowing you to discover the majesty of the ocean or the inland water bodies aboard all kinds of craft.
The whole length of the Mexican coastline exceeds 6,800 miles, and at many points along it the sea meets rivers and lagoon. Along all this great length you can discover hidden coasts, bustling ports and islands that shine with the grandeur of their nature, the splendor of which can be appreciated in the panoramic views obtained from out at sea.
Whether your interest is in tourism or sports, boating can be a perfect excuse to defy the power of the waves, as you enjoy the warmth of the sun’s rays and the exclusivity of a voyage you can take on a fully-equipped yacht alongside your family, or in a small boat if you want some time to yourself.
The great majority of sites along the Mexican coast have marinas and service providers enabling you to head out onto the waves, where you will be astounded by the beauty and biodiversity the sea holds, as you may meet dolphins, whales and shoals of fish of all kinds of species, as well as discovering coral reefs and observing sea birds.
From the Sea of Cortez in the Peninsula of Baja California – in the north of the country – by way of the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean, to the Mexican Caribbean off the Yucatan Peninsula – in the south – Mexico offers abundant places for you to go for a tranquil boating outing, as you discover mangrove swamps, coral reefs, enchanting islands and a huge diversity of marine gems.
Acapulco, Mazatlán, Campeche, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cozumel, Riviera Nayarit, Huatulco, San Blas, Los Cabos, Manzanillo and Veracruz are some of the most popular destinations among adventurous navigators.