Dorado, Yellow fin Tuna, and Grouper can be reeled in aboard Aries Sport Fishing Fleet at Marina El Cid.  Head further north is lake El Salto, where can be experienced the best freshwater bass fishing in all of Mexico.

Teeming with Blue Marlin, White Marlin and Sailfish, the waters of Mazatlan coast are called the Billfish Capital of the World and deep sea fishing is the number one sport.

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Know by Virtual Reality the Marina El Cid at Mazatlán, Sinaloa

Mazatlan is much more than a sun and beach destination on the Mexican Pacific coast. It is a city with a diverse dynamic year-long cultural program; it owns a deep history, dazzling art and world-class gastronomy.

Marina El Cid

Mazatlan offers endless boating and water sporting adventures at El Pacifico. 

Enjoy offshore boating, kayaking, windsurfing, parachuting or catamaran riding, or visit the three islands off the coast.  Marina El Cid and El Cid Castilla Beach´s Aqua Sports Center has any required equipment for rent. 

Enjoy snorkeling, sail boating or jet skiing round the three islands: Isla de Venados, Isla de Pajaros and Isla de Lobos, which are considered ecological reserves.  Boogie board surf big waves or go on banana boat to Isla de Piedra’s calm beach.

Marina El Cid

Located right on the south of Tropico de Cancer, Mazatlan allures with a subtropical, temperate weather the whole year. 

Great adventurous and sporting activities! Not to mention amazing beaches.  The average temperature is 77 up to 86° F. Stroll through the historic district, home to the world-recognized Angela Peralta Theatre or the stunning sandy beaches along the malecon, which is recognized as the longest in Mexico. 

Play world-class golf at the reputed El Cid Golf & Country Club, deep sea fish.  Linger over lunch at the Plaza Machado. Enjoy the thrill of watching Mazatlan’s famous cliff divers at Olas Altas, ride the waves or just watch them roll in.

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How was this Virtual Tour made

The spherical photo of Marina El Cid was taken at noon with a harsh sunlight. 

F/11 or even smaller diaphragm apertures give a quite interesting effect in luminous objects as the sun or light bulbs forming starts that beautify the pictures. 

The shoot on board was complicated because of the shaking, so the stitching in PTGui was made manually by placing some points, due to automatically it was impossible, and then in Photoshop adding layers to make some corrections.

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English language translation made by Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa through the collaboration of Centro de Estudio de Idiomas Culiacán

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