From Google Earth there is no marina per se, but the Google Earth photomap is from 2003 or earlier so is unreliable. From the internet
it is a popular "birding" site and there are 3 RV locations around the village. Since it is only a 5 hour drive to there as reported in several sites, your on-site exploration is the only viable means to find out what is there.
- - From a marine
perspective you can bet on finding a "bar" at the river entrance with most probably minimal water
except at high tide. No large fishing boats were visible in the Google Earth photo
so it seems the little "skiffs" or pirogues are the main fishing vessels. Be sure to check out the inlet to see what is actually there. It would be of interest to other cruisers to know if it could be used to duck in to avoid weather
- - As a place to "hide out" it looks ideal if you do not want any place with "modern" facilities. Be sure to check out the little bigger village of La Sota at the junction of the main north-south road with the hwy 70 heading to La Pesca. There might be bigger supply stores there.
- - Being only 5 hours from Texas
by car seems ideal for occasional "Wal-Marts" runs. I, for one, would