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Club Nautique de Mexico offers bareboat chartering service in Puerto Vallarta

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mex.—Club Nautique, a family-owned boat chartering, yachting and vacation service based in San Francisco Bay Area, recently opened a new location in scenic Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Opening a location in Mexico soon became a reality after Don and Judy Durant, members of Club Nautique, flew down to visit friends in the spring.

According to a Club Nautique newsletter, “After several days of cruising bliss, the question came up, “Where can one charter a bareboat here? The answer: “You can’t.”

Seeing a hole in the market, the Durants aimed to share the warm waters and balmy breeze of scenic Puerto Vallarta with others.

The newsletter continued, “It’s been a long, challenging voyage [opening Club Nautique de Mexico] with hurdles we never imagined … we’re open for business with brand new Jeanneaus in place and a team standing by to serve you and incredibly excited to share the joys of cruising the Mexican Riviera, formerly only known to world cruising sailors, many of whom arrive here and see no reason to go any further.”

            Club Nautique de Mexico is currently open for business booking a variety of vessels for charter.

Visit the website at to learn more.

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2 thoughts on “Club Nautique de Mexico offers bareboat chartering service in Puerto Vallarta

  • Rgere is NO Bareboat chartering in Mexico, a Mexican Captain is required.

    • Hi John, Because of the typo, I’m not sure of exactly what your comment is, but I can assure you that we offer and are delivering LEGAL bareboat charters in Puerto Vallarta.



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