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EBANKS YACHT’S AGENCY
Cell. 504-3197-7279 / 504-9945-3811
USA Line: 631-374-2801
Email: ebanksagency@yahoo.com
Contact: Beatman Ebanks
YACHT AGENT ANACARIBE
E-mail: operaciones@anacaribe.net

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  1. April 23, 2023 at 10:16 PM
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    Keith Pomeroy says:

    Check into Guanaja was easy, anchored to the west of Bonacca in 10′ in grass. Dinghy dock with the pangas south side of warehouse “big sales”. You will likely run into a “guide” that will show you around expecting a tip & speaks good english. Immigration first then the port captain, not fast but no problem. SIM cards, groceries & fresh veggies along with reasonable restaurants easily found. We then moved to the Bight for 20′ of sand and great wind protection just off of Hans’ (good pizza), just south of Manati’s (good food, sat only presently) dinghied to Mi Casa II for excellent lionfish. Dove with “End of the World Divers” on the north side for a very good 2 tank dive. Onto Roatan

  2. April 23, 2023 at 10:03 PM
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    Keith Pomeroy says:

    Sailed to Swan islands from Grand Cayman. Four days of settled weather allowed us to anchor at the west end of the island in 10′ of sand. This is a Honduran military outpost that you will need to ask permission to stay. 12 enlisted & 1 officer rotate through every 45 days, English was not spoken & our Spanish speaker did great. They wrote down our boat info & passport numbers. We delivered fish for them and they asked for cookies, soda & cigarettes. We looked at the anchorage on the NW side that is mentioned elsewhere and do not recommend it. A Boreal 44′ was on the reef after anchoring there. Not great fishing, south side was best. Onto Guanaja

  3. April 21, 2022 at 9:51 PM
    ciezzoni says:

    Recent experience checking into Puerto Amapala on the Pacific side. No COVID tests required for entry. We did fill out the forms at the jotform link listed on the Formalities page here. Check-in and check-out using these forms might’ve been the easiest of any country I’ve ever been to. Port Captain and Immigration right there on the pier where you land. 30 minutes in/out. Cost: free.

    The ATM (under the umbrellas on the main drag) wasn’t working when we got there. You can exchange USD for Lempiras at the soda distributor (‘casa verde’ on the corner) across the street.

    Anchorage. Scope generously. 2/3 boats there had a drag. Diurnal winds in the afternoon/evening kick up a wicked chop and the current switches, leaving some room for fouling. My chain wrapped on a rock to the West side of the pier in 19feet depth, but ultimately wasn’t too problematic.

    Getting covid tests for entry into Nicaragua required a water-taxi to Coyolito and bus to San Lorenzo. Easy enough to find a taxi home. The locals were super helpful in making it all happen. Immigration officials were able to recommend a good clinic. I wouldn’t expect same-day turnaround on the test results but you can pull it off if you show up early.

  4. April 2, 2019 at 4:50 PM
    Lynda Lim says:

    Mar 07, 2019 04:52 PM

    Arrived from Roatan yesterday to see Utila and then clear out for Belize. Port Captain informed that immigration officials will not be back until next Tuesday (5 days later). We will take the ferry back to Roatan to clear out. Just a note to say that you cannot guarantee to clear in or out of Utila in a timely way.

  5. August 1, 2017 at 1:12 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    I cleared in at Utila in June of 2017. I’ve been there before and there have been a few changes. The Port Captain and immigration are in the same building at the public dock.

    The Port Captain went to the boat with me and took photos. HThese were exterior shots and he didn’t enter the boat.

    He filled out forms and photographed them with his phone. Then he sent everything to the main office. I had to come back the next morning for the cruising permit.

    Immigration requested a $3.00 entry fee.

    The exit procedure was the same, except that the turn around time to get approval from the main office was 2 hours. Immigration requested another $3.00.

    There was no charge for the cruising permit or the zarpe.

  6. November 21, 2016 at 8:35 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    November 21st: We want to report a dinghy theft 2 weeks ago – ours was stolen during the night in the anchorage of West End Roatan. Gone! Lock your dinghy.

  7. January 30, 2016 at 10:58 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    On a much lighter note than the previous comment, I would like to commend Aussie Pete, the dockmaster at Fantasy Island, Roatan, Honduras, for the great job he is doing in providing a fun venue for cruisers in French Harbour.

    He has a number of weekly activities offered (produce truck, bus trip to the supermarket, BBQ night, Pizza Night, etc) and has created a friendly, welcoming atmosphere at the palapa bar. It’s a great place for cruisers to hang out and visit. Thanks, Pete!

  8. January 27, 2016 at 7:27 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Extortion from immigration officer Coxen Hole. We arrived from Rio Dulce and attempted to clear in at Coxen Hole. The immigration officer would only give us 12 days unless we paid a $200 bribe. We arrived in Guatemala on November 20 and had never extended immigration there.

    According to Raul the agent in Livingston, we should have not had any issues here in Roatan. I recommend using an agent or a contact like Pete, the dockmaster at Fantasy Island. Based on our experience, I would not go it alone. Regretfully, we paid. The first bribe in any of the 27 countries we’ve cleared into in 4 years.

    According to local cruisers, this extortion is common but not exercised by all immigration officials. We complained to the Port Captain but he said that he could/would not do anything about this.

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