Los Marinos (The Sailors) is a permanently docked, blue and white vessel that now functions as a bar-cafeteria, restaurant, ice cream parlour and ... More
Los Marinos (The Sailors) is a permanently docked, blue and white vessel that now functions as a bar-cafeteria, restaurant, ice cream parlour and karaoke bar. Admission is free, and you can buy rum, among other spirits, and various cocktails, at a stall inside. At night the whole places fills with life as customers drink and dance the night away. A sandwich in the cafeteria costs around US$4, while a beer in the bar will set you back US$1. The restaurant, on the other hand, has a choice on its menu of lobster, shrimp and numerous types of fish dish, all charged in US dollars (local currency is not accepted).
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