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Well protected marina with good security, showers, toilets, bar and pool on site.
Entrance: A narrow and shallow channel leads to the marina. We never measured less than 2.5m at low tide, but it's probably prudent to anchor outside of the channel and wait for high tide for most boats, as the channel at times is supposed to be much shallower. Try to arrive in daylight, or to get in touch with the staff so they can lead you into the marina in their dinghy.
Berthing: Visitor berts are in the south east corner of the marina, to the left when you enter. The marina is relatively small, but maneuvering works fine as long as it's done slowly. The staff will come and help. Most berths have poles to tie up to, but in the corner you may need some long lines (~30m) to the next pontoon to keep you out from your pontoon, as the poles are missing here.
Formalities: You pay in the marina office, a glass door to the right when you leave the marina. They are only open on weekdays. We paid 25euro per night for a 28-footer in May and June 2019. Very friendly people, and some English was spoken.
The marina will inform you how to get to the Capitania, customs and immigration police (See uploaded picture for adresses).
Other: One of the workers in the boat yard came to offer laundry service to us. Worked well.
The marina has a nice pool area with bar and restaurant, and wifi.
To get to and from the marina, we downloaded the Uber app. This worked really well (allover Brazil).
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