Isla Robinson Crusoe - General Info

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Robinson Crusoe Island is the largest island in the Juan Fernandez group. The township of Juan Bautista was severely damaged by a tsunami in 2010.

Cumberland Bay lies on the northern side of the Island and is the usual anchorage as it is opposite the town. About 600 people live here and lobster fishing is a major occupation.

Position:  

33° 38’16″S, 78° 49’37″W (anchorage).

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Isla Robinson Crusoe was last updated 10 years ago.

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  1. September 8, 2014 at 3:03 AM
    Data Entry2 says:

    No buoys more.
    Easy to anchor south of the bay, sand, very good.
    Visiting in August 2014, very good conditions.

    I confirm people are welcoming friendly.
    Very few items to buy, even the food.