Huatulco, Mexico Cruise Port

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About Huatulco, Mexico

Huatulco is made up of the bays of Huatulco, which are lined with quaint villages. Huatulco is made up of three areas: La Crucecita, another town on the beach; Santa Cruz, a prime destination for beach-lovers; and Tangolunda, home to a number of upscale resorts. Recent reconstruction of Huatulco, lovely beaches, and waters full of interesting species hace created an environment very friendly to visitors.

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This small port is just coming into its own. You will surely appreciate your crew's expertise when you see the small space and shallow depth in which they navigate in order to dock. Tide only varies by a few inches. When we were in port, there were no tugs visible. The business folk in the small commercial area at the end of the pier are very friendly. In the midst of a sudden storm burst, during which our ship broke its moorings, passengers were provided shelter and seating in restaurants and shops until tenders were dispatched to return us to our ship.


Nice Port. Beautiful weather. Took the Highlights of Huatulco. Huatulco means “Where Wood is Worshipped “. Great place with cold beer! There are no buildings taller than six stories.


Our favorite port of call. See this city by boat & by land. Picturesque beaches, bays & coves. Driive aslong the Mexican Pacific Coastline. See Organo Bay, Maguey Bay, Chahue Bay & Santa Cruz Bay by boat with open bar. Dvive to town of La Crucesita

Visited: Dec 08, 2014

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Nothing to do, rained while we were there, and ship got stuck in sand. Had to be put up in hotel until we could re-board the ship. Then had to wait in line for about a ship for a tether. Basically this was a bust.

Visited: Oct 05, 2017

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