February 19, 2018 - Puerto Escondido is a pretty amazing natural basin that’s practically hurricane proof because it’s almost 360 degrees protected. It’s a natural basin with only a small opening to the Sea. And on one side it’s up against an amazing, almost straight up, rock wall 3,000 feet high.
February 12, 2018 - First of the eight shows was the San Diego Sunroad Boat show last month.
February 6, 2018 - Since 2017, the marina has undergone significant improvements so that boats with a draft of 12 feet or more can comfortably enter.
January 16, 2018 - Loreto newspaper, El Sudcaliforniano, writes that the docks are structurally complete and ready for 100 new vessels.
December 21, 2017 - There are not highway roaming bandits looking to feed wayward tourists to their Doberman, I have yet to see a pirate in the Sea of Cortez, nor is Mexico on the verge of revolution.
January 10, 2018 - Huge tuna of 424.6, 319, 212.5 pounds are caught in three days at El Seco, a pinnacle south 50 miles south of Puerto Escondido.
November 8, 2017 - "Happy Dance and her happy dancing crew are full of smiles and a huge amount of satisfaction at a job well done. The work performed by Greg and his crew was excellent in every way and we couldn’t be happier."
November 8, 2017 - Hiking Loreto: Puerto Escondido, Rattlesnake Beach, and the Hart Trail.
November 8, 2017 - "A full-service boat yard is a welcome addition for the Loreto boating community as well as for the cruising yachts in the area."
July 27-29, 2017 - Marina Puerto Escondido sponsored and provided the official weigh-in site for Loreto's Second Annual Fishing and Golf Tournament.
September 2017 - New and Improved Marina Puerto Escondido: The marina near Loreto benefits from an ownership group that loves to go boating.
September 1, 2015 - What makes a port or marina a hurricane hole? For Marina Puerto Escondido, it’s 360 degrees of natural protection from wind and storms.
October 2011 - “When the north wind diminished to a manageable scale we continued moving south, making a quick fuel stop at Puerto Escondido, the only place with fuel for a hundred miles or so in either direction…”
May, 2011 - Puerto Escondido ("Hidden Port") is just a few miles up the coast, and it offers both a well protected outer harbor and a fully enclosed inner (or "hidden") harbor. John Steinbeck and his crew stayed in the outer harbor when he did his six week tour of the Sea of Cortez in 1940.