Icacos Key
Icacos Key
Icacos Key
Icacos Key

Icacos Key Harbor

Puerto Rico
Lat: 18° 21' 32.04''
Lon: -65° 33' 50.05''
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Marinas near Icacos Key Harbor

NameReviewsMax LOAVHFDock DepthGas / DieselLift / CraneWifiAmps
Cayo Obispo Yacht Club--------
El Conquistador Beach Resort and Marina-

0.0'

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0 m----
Cayo Obispo Marina-

0.0 m

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0'----
Veradero Fajardo Boatyard-

0.0 m

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0 m----
Marina Sardinera--------
Marina Puerto Chico-

0.0 m

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0 m----
The Reserve at Marina Puerto Chico--------
Sunbay Marina
2 reviews

0.0'

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0 m

G

Yes

D

Yes
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Villa Marina--------
Safe Harbor Puerto Del Rey
5 reviews

180.0'

71Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0'

G

$2.75

D

$2.19

L

Yes
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Naval Base Yacht Club--------
Dewey Boatyard-

0.0 m

-Low 0.0 mHigh 0.0 m----
Coral Dock--------
The Yacht Club Marina at Palmas Del Mar
11 reviews

175.0'

11Low 10.0'High 400.0'

G

$4.64

D

$4.55

L

Yes
50 Amp, 100 Amp Single and 3 Phase
The Shipyard at Palmas Del Mar----

G

$4.64

D

$4.91

L

Yes

C

Yes
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Introduction:

Icacos Island is located about 6 miles off the town of Isidra, which is located on the northeastern coast of Puerto Rico. Icacos Island, or “Cayos Icacos” (Icacos Key) is part of the long chain of islands that makes up the Spanish Virgin Islands, which stretches 23 miles from the northeastern tip of Puerto Rico southeast to Culebra Island (also part of the chain), and includes the island of Ceibra, which is 13 miles to the southwest of Cluebra. Icacos is the second largest island in this stretch.

Many of the islands in the chain, including Icacos, are popular with snorkelers and SCUBA divers, but Icacos is a favorite, as boat excursions run here quite often from the mainland.


Navigating the Water:

An anchorage area is available on the southwest side of the island (look for the scattered sailboats to the right of the island in the image above) and is fairly easy to enter, but as with any ocean anchorage, it can be uncomfortable in the wrong wind conditions. The island is part of the Cordillera Reserve, and is occasionally policed by the local department of natural resources.


Local Notices to Mariners:

See our “Local Notices to Mariners” blog for updates on the latest conditions and advisories for this area.

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