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Plans for upcoming inauguration of Puerto Peñasco Convention Center

Centro de Convenciones

Sonora Governor Guillermo Padrés Elías is expected to inaugurate the Puerto Peñasco Convention Center during an upcoming visit to the city scheduled for Thursday, May 8th.

“We have been told Governor Padrés may visit once again on May 8th to inaugurate the Convention Center. This will provide conditions to begin a promotional campaign in order to hold events at the center,” expressed Puerto Peñasco Mayor Gerardo Figueroa Zazueta.

Mayor Figueroa added that Tourism Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu and PRI Representative Coordinator in the Lower Chamber, Manlio Fabio Beltrones, are also considering working tours to the area in the near future.

The Puerto Peñasco Convention Center has excellent facilities, making it appropriate for conventions, assemblies, and events of high caliber. There are, in fact, a number of existing requests for use of the Center.

“We are very satisfied to have this type of infrastructure here in Puerto Peñasco, which undoubtedly will allow promotion of our municipality as a host site. This was successfully seen during the world championship boxing event in which Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada retained his World Titles. The bout was viewed on an international scope,” emphasized the Mayor.

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Skate Park project would attract new tourism

skateprkThe Mayor reviewed the drawings for the skate park, which would consist of a series of ramps that when combined provide various tracks, jumps, or area for tricks, and made the commitment to pursue necessary steps to obtain resources for the project. Staff from the U.S. based Uncle Skate Charity are also interested in this project and have even helped in drawing up plans while donating equipment and promotion for the Skate Park. Also in attendance at the meeting were Aldo Gabriel Reyes Limón and Cristian Ramsburgh, two young Puerto Peñasco skaters who earned 146th and 151st place out of 210 competitors in the U.S. These are important spots within the skateboarding world. The “Skate Park” possibility represents a new opportunity for Peñasco to attract yet another type of tourism, principally to a broad base of youth who could visit to compete or watch skate events, along with their families.]]>

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President Peña Nieto celebrates Earth Day at Pinacate

During his visit to the “Shuck Toak” Visitors Center of the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve on Earth Day, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto extended an invitation for all Mexicans to care for and conserve the environment.  There, after flying over the volcanic zone of the Pinacate, Peña Nieto acknowledged all of the departments and individuals who have worked collectively to preserve the land.

Accompanied by Sonora Governor Guillermo Padrés, as well as officials from the three levels of government, staff from CONANP (National Commission on Natural Protected Areas), the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve, and representatives of the Tohono O’odham nation, the President stated he was proud to celebrate this day at the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve which was recently named a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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The event also served as a platform to present records concerning the regularization of 150,000 hectares as natural protected areas, as well as 70 vehicles for firefighting brigades, and checks from the comprehensive restoration and reforestation program.

The President interrupted his speech to cede the stage to Federal Representative Manlio Fabio Beltrones, who recalled when the Pinacate was first named a Natural Reserve to ensure its preservation. He spoke to the role of the late Luis Donaldo Colosio in this process.

“I owed this visit to Sonora, Mr. Governor; we had postponed this trip since last year. However I now have the opportunity to be here and not only celebrate Earth Day, but also to present important projects that will benefit those in Sonora. It is an opportunity to vindicate myself with Sonora,” stated Peña Nieto.

Governor Guillermo Padrés stressed the importance of gathering at the Pinacate Reserve as it is also a site of pride for Sonora. In addition, he expressed gratitude for the support of Enrique Peña Nieto and the federal government in seeing that projects such as the Home Port and Puerto Peñasco Convention Center are carried out to help boost tourism.

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Celebra presidente EPN el día de la tierra en el Pinacate

Una invitación a que los mexicanos tomen conciencia sobre el cuidado y preservación del medio ambiente hizo el presidente de la republica Enrique Peña Nieto en su visita al Centro de Visitantes del Pinacate “Shuck Toak” en la celebración del Día Internacional de la Madre Tierra.

9Ahí el mandatario naciónal, quien arribo al Centro de Visitantes luego de un sobrevuelo por la zonas volcánicas del Pinacate,  hizo un reconocimiento a las instancias y a los ciudadanos que hacen un esfuerzo colectivo para la preservación la tierra.

Acompañado del gobernador del estado  Guillermo Padres asi como funcionarios de los tres niveles de gobierno, personal de la CONANP de la Reserva de la Biosfera del Pinacate,  y representantes de la etnia Tohono Oódham  se dijo orgulloso de celebrar  este día  en el área de la Reserva de la Biosfera del Pinacate recientemente nombrada por la UNESCO  como Patrimonio Natural de la Humanidad.

El evento fue aprovechado para hacer entrega de constancias de regularización de 150 mil hectáreas para áreas naturales protegidas en seis estados de la republica, así como 70 vehículos para las Brigadas para el Combate de Incendios y cheques para el programa de restauración integral y reforestación.

El presidente constitucional interrumpió su discurso para ceder la palabra al diputado federal Manlio Fabio Beltrones quien hizo una remembranza del momento en el que el área del Pinacate fue nombrada reserva natural para su preservación y ahí trajo a la memoria la gestoría que realizó en ese entonces Luis Donaldo Colosio para que se diera el proceso.

“Yo debía esta visita a Sonora señor Gobernador, desde el año pasado se venía posponiendo, pero ahora tengo la oportunidad de estar aquí y tendré no sólo espacio para la celebración del Día de la Madre Tierra, sino también la oportunidad de entregar importantes obras de beneficio para los sonorenses, es una oportunidad de reivindicarme con los sonorenses,” comentó el Presidente de la Nación.

Por su parte el Gobernador del Estado Guillermo Padres resaltó la importancia de reunirse en la Reserva del Pinacate al ser dijo un sitio de orgullo para Sonora, así también agradeció el apoyo de Enrique Peña Nieto y del gobierno federal  para que los proyectos del Home Port y del Centro de Convenciones se lleven a cabo como obras para detonar el turismo.

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Semana Santa 2014!

Con las expectativas superadas, la Semana Santa 2014 en Puerto Peñasco, registro gran afluencia de turistas en este periodo vacacional de la Semana Mayor, estimando 80,000 visitantes la ocupación Hotelera estuvo durante este fin de semana al 100%, con familias procedentes de estados vecinos tanto en México, como procedentes de una gran variedad de Estados de la Unión Americana. Las zonas de Playas, Malecón, La Reserva de la Biosfera del Pinacate, la zona de artesanías, restaurantes, se vieron abarrotadas de visitantes disfrutando de la visita, siendo el tradicional Malecón, donde por las tarde y noche, se reunieron grandes cantidades de turistas, para disfrutar de las tradicionales bandas de música. Agradecemos a todos los que decidieron pasar sus vacaciones en Puerto Peñasco y les extendemos la invitación para que nos visiten nuevamente durante el año!

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Pelea de Campeonato Mundial!

banner-box-web Disfruta esta Semana de Pascua de la pelea de box y de Puerto Peñasco, llama para informacion de paquetes de estancia con entradas para la pelea de box, y apoya al Gallo Estrada en la segunda defensa de su bicampeonato mundial!

playa-bonita-poster-pelea-galloPlaya Bonita Resort

Tres dias y dos noches desde  $ 3,950.00 por persona, incluye boletos en 5ta fila ring side de la pelea de campeonato mundial y habitacion con vista al mar! Informes: 01 800 569 1797   |   http://playabonitaresort.com/  

pelea galloLas Palomas Beach & Golf Resort

4 Dias y 3 Noches desde $4,500 pesos por persona, boleto para la pelea en 4ta fila ring side. promocion  limitada a 100 boletos, y a ocupacion máxima por condominio. Mayores informes: 01 800 108 1000  http://laspalomasresort.net

penasco-del-sol-peleaPeñasco del Sol Hotel

Paquete desde $6675 pesos por una persona, incluye 2 noches, desayuno, coctel de bienvenida boleto para la pelea de box.

Paquete desde $8,6320 pesos para dos personas,  incluye 2 noches, desayuno, coctel de bienvenida boleto para la pelea de box.

  mayores informes: US 1 888 638 0067, MX 01 800 614 9484  |     http://hotelrockypoint.com/

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Puerto Peñasco gears up for Semana Santa

Following a 5% increase in Spring Break visitors over 2013, Puerto Peñasco is gearing up for a busier than ever, and even historic, Semana Santa Holiday period.  Héctor Vázquez del Mercado, President of the Puerto Peñasco Convention and Visitors Bureau, notes that reservations at local hotels are already upwards of 95% for this year’s Easter break stretch. In addition to what is traditionally the busiest weekend, encompassing Easter itself, a number of activities and important events scheduled for the following weekend are sure to also draw a number of visitors.

Easter holiday traditions can be found once again in the Old Port on Friday, April 18th, with the dramatic retelling of the Stations of the Cross. More than 50 actors will gather in the malecón, beginning at 10 a.m., for the traditional presentation that will then make its way along roads in the Old Port, concluding near the stone backdrop of Whale Hill.

Banda music, DJs, and special concerts will enliven the atmosphere throughout Semana Santa, while area beaches will welcome visitors to our shores. Outdoor adventure opportunities abound, across land and sea, and at the Pinacate and Grand Desert of Altar Biosphere Reserve, which in 2013 was named a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.

On April 26th, in addition to the annual Rocky Point Triathlon, hometown World Boxing Flyweight Champion Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada Romero will be defending his WBO/WBA titles here in Puerto Peñasco at the new Convention Center!  Area hotels and resorts are offering vacation packages for the bout, while Las Palomas Beach & Golf Resort is also preparing for a night of multicultural music by Jenny and the Mexicats.  That same day, the malecón will once again welcome the ATMC Skateboarding crew for their annual skate competition.

The President of the local Convention and Visitors Bureau adds that in order to attract people to the long awaited fight of the World Championship Boxer from Puerto Peñasco, there will also be charter flights coming in from Tijuana and Hermosillo.

To ensure a safe Semana Santa along highways and local streets, Federal, State, and Municipal forces have joined together in a safety operation in order to prevent accidents and casualties.

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Spring adventures for all ages!

In addition to Spring Breakers, Puerto Peñasco is also known as cherished stomping grounds for RV adventurers! Richard Scott recently caught up with an RV group getting ready to take in a sunset. By Richard Scott A caravan snakes across the border, perpetually southbound. RVers from all over the U.S and Canada head for warmer weather every Winter. For many, Rocky Point is their first experience of Mexico. A group of twenty-seven vehicles recently set up camp here next to the Sea of Cortez. “We’re here for a week.” The lady from Northern California lists all she and her husband (and their poodle?) have lined up. [caption id="attachment_2962" align="alignright" width="300"]photo Karen Aldridge photo Karen Aldridge[/caption] “Sunset cruise, a night of all the great taco stands, out to see Sea Lions, maybe whales too, and this…” she says, spreading her arms wide “…is a great beginning.” Perfectly timed, a large ‘V’ formation of Pelicans glides by. There’s happy chatter as 54 RVers walk out onto the terrace of La Casa del Capitan Restaurant, located at the top of Rocky Point’s tallest spot, Whale Hill. Many stories above the ocean, taking in the view toward the resorts on Sandy Beach, and anticipation of a spectacular, wide, open sunset. “We’ve got like an hour till the sun goes down” says Russ Black. “Let’s order food. They have good Margaritas too.” Russ runs Peñasco Recreation Company, guiding groups large and small to Rocky Point and other interesting places in Northern Mexico. He tells me about this trip. “These folks met up in Las Vegas. When we crossed into Mexico at Sonoyta, the local police blocked traffic so we could drive through town smoothly. We got here in about an hour, then settled into the RV Park, which is right on the beach. I like to come up here because you can really….” [caption id="attachment_2963" align="alignleft" width="300"]rvrs photo Russ Black[/caption] Dah-duh-daahh..duh-duh-duh-daahh. Our talk comes to a stop as the Mariachis start. Black suits, boots, and white shirts. Three or four sizes of guitar, violins and trumpets. A young guy with jet black hair and the smallest of guitars steps forward, singing. Everyone is in the mood and some whistle and shout their support. A sea of smiles, and then a sea of cameras. Everyone is taking shots of the musicians. “Hey, look.” my friend from California says, turning towards the ocean. Her face glows orange. “It’s starting to go down.” “Group shot” Russ calls out as the Mariachis sing “Cuando calienta el sol, aqui en la playa……”  ]]>

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High Expectations for Spring Break 2014

th and lasts through about the 23rd.  March 14th – 16th should see the highest number of visitors with students coming in from various universities across Arizona. AGL__MG_8245 Héctor Vazquez del Mercado, President of the local Convention and Visitors Bureau (OCV), remarked they are sending information and hotel promotional material to universities in nearby states, as well as to consular officials, concerning the prevailing peace and calm in Puerto Peñasco. “We had a very good weekend for President’s Day, and doubled the number of visitors over last year. With this positive data, we can measure what Spring Break will be like and surely this will be better than in past years.” The OCV President indicated reservations at area condo resorts indicates entire families are reserving for the vacation season, along with students who tend to reserve at more economic hotels.

Grandes expectativas para Spring Break 2014!

Por Azucena Mazón _MG_8676_1Tras indicadores positivos  que dejó la afluencia de más de 20 mil visitantes en el pasado President´s Day  la oficina de Convenciones y visitantes prevé una ocupación hotelera por encima del  70% para la temporada  de “Spring Break”. Para el  esperado periodo de vacaciones de primavera abarca  que inicia el próximo 08 de marzo y hasta el 23 se espera un afluencia de 20  a 25 mil personas por semana siendo el fin de semana con mayor presencia de visitantes el del 14 al 16 de marzo cuando arriban estudiantes de las universidades de Arizona. Héctor Vázquez del  Mercado  Presidente de la OCV  dio a conocer que  se encuentran planeando el envío de información a las universidades de estados cercanos y a las autoridades consulares  sobre la situación de seguridad  y tranquilidad que prevalece en Puerto Peñasco y sobre promociones hoteleras. “Tuvimos un fin de semana muy bueno  en President´s  Day, “dobleteamos” el número de visitantes que el año pasado y eso son datos positivos , de ahí medimos como vendrá Spring Break, seguramente será mejor que el de años pasados” El presidente de OCV señaló que  los datos de reservaciones en complejos de condominios les indica que para esta temporada vacacional también se registran  visitas de  familias completas, además de los estudiantes quienes se inclinan por reservar en hoteles más económicos.]]>

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World class whale watching in Puerto Peñasco

We are seeing whales like never before. Why? By Rocky Point 360 “Welcome aboard, we set sail in ten minutes.” Captain Oscar (of Del Mar Charters) idles the engines of the Tempo, while his assistant helps a group of Canadians onto the boat. “Fin Whales are awesome, massive. The second largest mammal on the planet. They’ve been here from the first of the year. February is the time to start looking for Humpbacks. What’s so spectacular about them is the breach, jumping out of the water and crashing back down.” “I want to see THAT” says three year old Lucy. “Aarrrgh, keep yur eyes open matey, ye may be da first to spot one. Aarrrgh” says the captain again, for full effect. It is windless, the sea is smooth. Four boats go out today, helping each other find the whales. About ten minutes out of the harbor, our catamaran crosses paths with a pod of Bottleneck Dolphins. They decide to join us, swimming right in front, five and six at a time. The netting across the boat lets us lay down close to them. “Sweee”, there is a high pitched whistle. “Mommy, I heard the dolphin!” Lucy shouts. It’s not just whales and dolphins that are here in large numbers. Pelicans, Gulls, Cormorants, Terns and other birds are seen diving by the hundreds, head first into the Sea of Cortez. Real drama for the kayakers who paddle right up to the edge of the feeding frenzy. Underneath it all are the little fish. Millions of them. Is that what is attracting all the other sea life? “There may be several reasons, including this year’s increased availability of food, but still we don’t know the reason for this sudden increase,” according to Paloma Valdivia, Coordinator for Education and Outreach at CEDO, the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans located in Las Conchas. “Last year we had lots of whales too, and now we see moms swimming with babies – the size difference is huge!” says Maru Zacatelco, President of Ecofun Rentals. “Whereever they are born they will come back to, that’s a fact. Just like sea turtles.” A crackling voice comes over the radio. The boats kill their engines. Maybe they saw a Fin, they say. All eyes on the Tempo stare, squinting at the spot Captain Oscar points to. Everyone is quiet, with only the occasional sound of ice cubes clinking when a Margarita is tipped back. “Sure beats the Hell out of Edmonton” says the man on my right, bringing whoops of laughter from his fellow Canadians. “It was minus twenty when I left” says another, “yeah, I can’t believe this is Febru…” “Woosh”. All of us look left. A cloud of mist rises from the blowhole on the back of our first Fin Whale. Then another. Side by side, two of the second largest mammals on the planet glide serenely by, their rounded backs a deep satin black. The game is on. Each captain uses experience and intuition to move to the place where the whales will come up again. “Ooohhh” we hear from the passengers of the Gato Loco, the other sailing catamaran out today. There are two more Fin Whales right in front of them! This is how it goes for over an hour. Maybe eight whales total, not to mention more dolphins (Spinners this time) and a lone Sea Lion. “Mind if we make the trip a little longer?” Asks the Captain. “I’ve got a lucky feeling.” “You can stay out here till Spring” someone replies. Watching two more Fins, something catches Oscar’s eye. “That tail, that means she’s heading down” he says. “Why’s she going down?” Asks Lucy. “Watch.” The two Fins slide silently as one, peaceful and at home. “Ooohhh look.” Coming straight out of the sea, first the head, then the white belly, the long dorsal fins, and finally that same tail. For a freeze-frame moment it seems to hover in the air, water shining on its blue skin. Momentum spent, the Humpback does an arching back flip. There is a sharp slap as she hits the water, it explodes into the sky, glaring so bright some have to turn away. A round of applause breaks out from the assembled boats as the sea goes calm once again. “The Fins will start leaving soon, but the Humpys will be here through March” Oscar tells me. “What comes after the Humpbacks?” Asks Lucy. “Arrgh” says Captain Oscar, “that would be Spring Breakers.”]]>

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AZ – Sonora Commission Notes

Padrés and Brewer share regional vision for development of Sonora and Arizona

State Press Release (excerpts)

During the “Energy Transforms Sonora and Arizona” plenary session of the 55th Sonora – Arizona Commission, held last week in Hermosillo, Governors Guillermo Padrés of Sonora and Janice K. Brewer of Arizona signed two important health agreements and addressed strategies to replicate renewable energy parks in Sonora based upon existing ones in Arizona.

The two health agreements include one to facilitate the passage of specimens across the border to assist with timely diagnosis of illnesses, and another to create a joint campaign to help with the prevention of addictions and drug abuse.

Governor Padrés stressed the states of Sonora and Arizona have consolidated themselves as a single region that, based on hard work, have marked a difference with other border zones. Countries such as Israel, South Korea, and the U.S. itself, he added, have their sights set on the region given its geographic, competitive, technological and industrial advantages of both states.

“We have all the elements within our reach for Sonora, as well as Arizona, to enter into a new industrial, technological revolution and we are ready to do so,” he commented.

For her part, Governor Brewer acknowledged the importance of Mexico and Sonora to Arizona’s economy, as well as the importance of a bilateral relationship with strategies and beneficial programs for the two states.

alvaro-award-son-azBoth Governors emphasized the potential of the Global Advantage project, which was presented at the meeting and consists of collaboration between Arizona State University and the Off Shore Group, for the creation of thousands of companies and job positions through the technological advances of Arizona and the industrial capacity of Sonora.

This year the “Álvaro Obregón” Award was presented to Margie Emmermann, Executive Director of the Arizona Mexico Commission, for her support in developing a more productive relationship and strengthening of friendship ties between the two states.

Results of Sonora – Arizona Commission

Agriculture and Wild Life Committee

  • Construction of new quarantine stables in San Luis Río Colorado.

Legal Affairs Committee

  • Review of implementation of structural reforms in fiscal and energy matters and impact on both sides of the border.

Real Estate Committee

  • Review of functional operation of real estate processes on both sides of the border.

Economic Development Committee

  • Promotion of events such as Engine Forum Sonora and design of strategies to promote work exchanges.

Committee on Ecology, the Environment, and Water

  • Renewal of understanding agreement for monitoring of residual water in both states.
  • Conferences concerning better use and care of water.
  • Conferences at schools in Arizona regarding efforts in Sonora to get water to Hermosillo.
  • Facilitating validation of documents for integration of students from Arizona to Sonora and vice versa.
  • Mutual recognition of education of architects and civil engineers, with the potential to expand to other professions.
  • Commitment to strengthen common strategies to develop and train teachers in both states.
  • Strengthening of joint efforts in special education and to combat “bullying”.

Energy Committee

  • Analysis of electricity sector of Sonora and Arizona.
  • Progress report on Sonora Gasoducto.
  • Presentation of renewable energy projects to business and academic sectors of Sonora.

Security Committee

  • Installation of board to review follow up of recommendations and draw up outlines for 2014.
  • Present training courses and programs of mutual benefit.
  • Exchange information on crime prevention.
  • Course on homicide investigation.
  • Identification course on false documents.
  • Advanced course on high risk stops and tactical operations.
  • Course on criminal activity and gangs.

Health Services

  • Strategy to decrease mortality and injuries to minors due to car accidents.
  • Training courses by Arizona to staff of Accident Prevention Program of Sonora.
  • Donation of children’s seats by Arizona.
  • Good will agreement to carry out joint campaign for the prevention of addictions and drug abuse.
  • Facilitate the passage of medical samples between states in order to treat illnesses.

Tourism

  • Report on construction of Puerto Peñasco Home Port and its impact on both states.
  • Consolidation of the Sonora – Arizona region as a tourism market
  • Promotion of wine route, which will soon have first harvest in Cananea.
  • Establishment of basis for the first historical-cultural route between the United States and Mexico.
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Home Port Progress

Governor Padrés views advance of Puerto Peñasco Home Port At approximately noon on Jan. 29th, accompanied by Port and Merchant Marines Coordinator Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa, and numerous state and municipal officials, Sonora Governor Guillermo Padrés Elías paid a visit to Puerto Peñasco to review progress on breakwater construction of what will become the city’s Home Port. [caption id="attachment_2945" align="alignright" width="300"]Break water for homeport project Break water for homeport project[/caption] After hearing technical details about the project, which began in earnest on January 3rd of this year following the project launch in December of 2013, Governor Padrés made assurances this would boost employment and tourism both for the port and Sonora itself. Investment in the project will reach nearly 600 million pesos. “This will be a catalyst and trigger for the ongoing growth of Peñasco, as well as sustaining Sonora well above the national average in the creation of jobs,” he stated. [caption id="attachment_2948" align="alignleft" width="300"]Sonora Governor Gullermo Padres. Sonora Governor Gullermo Padres.[/caption] Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa, Port and Marine Merchant Coordinator, expressed this project is an example of how imagination can become set in stone, transforming into a Home Port that will create jobs. Ruis de Teresa on the beahalf of Presdent Peña Nieto, commit $300 Million pesos for this year budget for the home port. “This is what imagination can create: money, jobs, development, and tourism. This is imagination set in stone. Yet, this project also requires rooms, [and] supply areas; it is not just a dock. We are going to develop a dock, but all the rest as well,” remarked Ruiz de Teresa. The Home Port, as detailed by State Coordinator of Tourism Promotion Javier Tapia Camou, will eventually have the capacity for up to three cruise ships with a 880 meter protection dock reaching 13 meters deep, along with the departure and arrival terminal for cruise goers and their luggage. Once the Home Port begins operations in [late] 2015, expectations are for an economic boost of $330,000 dollars at each cruise ship stopping point, and double this at departure points such asPuerto Peñasco. IMG_4462   homeport, works-21014  ]]>

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