Wi-Fi In Marinas Worldwide

How good is the Wi-Fi at your preferred cruising destination? This map displays cruiser’s experiences with marina Wi-Fi from all over the world.

The marinas are coded according to their quality. Green means: Cheap, fast and reliable, yellow is somewhere in between (cheap Wi-Fi, but not very reliable or the other way around) and red is the worst, no reliable Wi-Fi at all (or maybe the best, if you are looking for a place to get away from it all!).

Click on the icons to read more info about the Wi-Fi in that particular marina.


Want to add your own review? You are invited to do so! You can click on the full screen tab (second icon on the right in the upper bar of the map. The map will open in a new tab and you will able to edit it and add new reviews. You can also leave a review as a comment in the comments section.

If possible, please include in your review:

  • Date you visited the marina
  • How crowded the marina was
  • How fast?
  • Signal strength/reliability
  • Did you use the internet outside or inside
  • Price of the wifi
  • If you like: some additional information about data limits, good wifi spots nearby or other stuff that might be handy

6 thoughts on Wi-Fi In Marinas Worldwide

  1. Ortega River Marina (used to be Ortega Yacht Club Marina) in Jacksonville, Florida. Nine access points scattered throughout the marina. No boat is more than 60 feet from an AP. Both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz available. APs are Ubiquiti UniFi. Backhaul to the router/modem is wired. Reported download speed (within the last week, April 23, 2015) is ~50 Mbps on 5 GHz, 15 to 20 Mbps on 2.4 GHz. Typical load is 24 simultaneous connections. Service is free.

  2. Palm Cay Marina in Nassau has medium wifi and great if you are docked next to the Dockmaster’s office..
    I tried to pin a dot on your google map but it wouldn’t let me…

    Also Dinner Key Marina in Miami has wifi ONLY in the Office… Big Red Mark here..!!! Thousands of boats and no wifi.. wtf?

    Puerto Del Rey in Puerto Rico has great wifi…

    I have lots more…

    1. Thank you for your edit! I have changed the maps settings to publicly editable, so you should be able to edoit it by now 🙂

  3. I stayed several months at the Marina de La Paz in La Paz, Mexico. They had both WiFi and wired Ethernet connections.

    The WiFi was good for email and casual browsing but not for streaming video or other high bandwidth needs.

    The wired connection was available at all slips at no extra charge. It did require a cable with a waterproof connector – available at a marine supply store just across the street from the marina. The wired connection was excellent.

    Water was available at the slip and was safe even for delicate Norteamericano stomachs. I filled my water tanks before leaving and the water started smelling odd after about two weeks into my 31 day passage. The smell went away when I boiled it. I used the boiled water without problems.

    1. Thanks for the comment! I have put it in the map already.


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