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By Chris | November 27 2007
Situated on the banks of the River Plate, Buenos Aires’s history is intrinsically linked with river transport – and what better way to arrive in the city than by yacht? From here you can head south to explore the vast expanse of Patagonia or north towards Uruguay and Brazil.
Situated close to the center of Buenos Aires, in the fashionable, regenerated dock district of Puerto Madero, this yacht club matches an ideal location with a stylish place to leave your vessel having been designed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas with the latest technology.
In addition to more than 200 moorings and an average annual marina depth of seven meters (23 feet), the club has excellent facilities. A retractable bridge separating the marina from dry land contributes to the excellent security at the club for further peace of mind.
+54 11 4313 8008
Olga Cossettini y Victoria Ocampo, Dique IV
The San Fernando Yacht Club, located in Virreyes just 16 miles outside the city center, offers a wide range of services to boating enthusiasts.
The YCA organizes 365 regattas for 6,500 boats of international and formula classes. Founded in 1860, this marina has space for more than 500 vessels, and can accommodate large yachts without problem.
+54 11 4314 0505
Viamonte y Rio de la Plata, Darsena Norte (1107), Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires