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Possible light rain tomorrow morning.
Lat17° 54' 41.04''
Lon-66° 14' 39.13''
Jobos Bay is located on Puerto Ricos southern coast, and is the second largest estuarine body of water in the country. In addition to this, it is considered by many boaters to be the finest area to seek shelter from a hurricane on the entire island. Jobos Bay and Port Jobos are 27 miles east of Ponce and 40 miles southwest of San Juan.
Port Jobos is an official port of entry, and you can check in here if arriving from out of country. San Felipe, visible in the lower part of the image above, is mainly an industrial port.
The entrance to Jobos Bay is located on its east side, and is marked by green 1 and red 2, which is north of Punta Rodeo. From here, you can head east across the bay toward Port Jobos (mind green 3 marking a 2-foot-deep shoal on your way), or tuck into one of the anchorages on the south side of the bay.
See our Local Notices to Mariners blog for updates on the latest conditions and advisories for this area.