Island Global Yachting adds Colombian marina

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Fort Lauderdale-based Island Global Yachting added Marina Santa Marta to its global collection of IGY destinations.

Strategically located in Santa Marta, Colombia, on the northern Caribbean coast, the new marina will be a comprehensive and modern yachting destination, offering 256 berths and accommodating vessels from 25 to 132 feet, with a maximum draft of 11 feet and a maximum beam of 29 feet.

Founded in 2005, IGY focuses on acquiring, managing and servicing luxury-yacht marinas and the surrounding upland real estate properties. The company offers 10 marinas in the Caribbean and the Americas.

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