Facilities & Rates





An INGUAT Registered Marina



 Moorage Space with Side Access Available Now



Captain John’s Marina is a small marina at his private residence. As such it provides a very quiet and peaceful location with all the amenities offered by the big marinas and only a short distance from all the facilities the Rio Dulce has to offer.

At Captain John’s Marina and included in the moorage fee we open all boats Monday thru Friday weather permitting to keep the interior from building up heat and humidity.  We find this far preferable to de-humidifiers which often fail. We also check regularly for leaks both from above and below, we check batteries at least once a month, sometime more often if necessary.  For a small additional charge we will periodically wash the outside and clean inside as desired.

  • Moorage for Vessels up to 70 ft With side access!!
  • INGUAT Registered Marina (we can process your boat paper extensions!!)
  • Metered 30 Amp 110 Volt Power and Water on the Dock
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Swimming Pool
  • Guest Area Bar & Bar BQ With Big Screen Satellite TV
  • WiFi Wireless Internet
  • Boat Cleaning Services
  • Laundry Services
  • Fully Equipped Shop on Premises
  • Captain John’s Brain. Pick it for his 40+ years Experience as a Professional Captain

Rates All rates are based on the Guatemala Quetzal. Payments can be made in Quetzals or US dollars. Conversion of US dollars is based on the exchange rate at the time of invoice.
Mono-hulls up to 50 ft – Q1,600 (~$220 US) Per Month
Multi-hulls & Mono-hulls greater than 50 ft – Q2,400 (~$330 US) Per Month
Electricity – Q3.50 (~$0.48 US) Per Kilowatt* 

*Electricity rates are based on current Guatemala charges for electricity and are subject to change.

Our anchor system consists of two 2000 lb concrete anchors 120 feet apart with a 1/2″ steel cable stretched between them. From that cable are lines leading to the dock for use by each med tied boat. This system provides the best vessel security and eliminates the need for boat owners to use their own anchors.