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Marina Hemingway

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Cuba: Havana
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Marina Hemingway
Located west of Havana, Marina Hemingway (formerly Marina Barlovento) is a residential/tourism development, named after the celebrated writer Ernest Hemingway.

On any given morning, yachts from all over the world can be found moored in various of its 400 berths, its free-port status guaranteeing easy access to vessels arriving from neighboring islands, such as Bahamas. The marina is like a small, self-contained city with all the essential services; there are modern, architecturally avant-grade hotels and others with the more traditional atmosphere preferred by participants in the numerous, world-renowned sport-fishing events held annually.

One of the oldest and most prestigious of the latter is the mid-May Ernest Hemingway International Needlefish Tournament (founded in 1950). October’s International Blue Marlin Tournament is also a big draw.

However, one doesn’t have to be the owner of a luxury yacht to enjoy other activities as water skiing, jet skiing or just rowing around the bay; underwater there are coral reefs waiting to be explored by diving enthusiasts and afterwards an exquisite lobster dinner awaits at one of the marina’s various restaurants.

Marina Hemingway is open 24 hours a day, and nighttime finds the port transformed. The boats at anchor, faintly illuminated by rays of moonlight, filtering through the clouds, change color among with the capricious sea, and with the sounds of live music from Los Caneyes night club wafting over the water, the day of nautical diversions finally ends.

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