PR-987, Fajardo, 00738, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 987 Fajardo PR
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Puerto Chico Marina, Fajardo
Puerto Chico is located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
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Recent Google Reviews
Jose R. Lopez said 4 years ago
Beautiful view from our balcony on the 25th floor. This is from the Dos Marina ll Tower. My wife and I would make breakfast, lunch or dinner and sit out on the balcony to enjoy the beautiful site.
Juan Portela said 4 years ago
My experience for the last 17 year was excellent it was a family marina. Recently was bought and it not the same they put get everywhere and it hard to visit your friends at the dock it has lost the family marine ambient
Angel Rodriguez said 5 years ago
The freedom to enjoy what you want to do is highly expressed here. The mission is to have fun!! Did I say you get to pilot your own boat????
Jerry Casiano said 5 years ago
Had a blast here. Mini-boats were awesome, so were the guides.
Carrie Rojas said 5 years ago
The tour guides were very friendly, fun and knowledgeable. Every minute was fantastic!
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