Sure, it’s the southern-most marina. And it’s about 95 NM from Cape Horn. But it’s not only about the geographical location. The marina was created by taking an old Chilean navy supply vessel, the “Micalvi”, and grounding it in the mouth of the small river that flows out to the west of the naval base. The vessel is acting as the mooring dock, and yachts raft up around it. The spot at the mouth of the river is very protected, so the prevailing strong winds are not so much of a problem. Internally the vessel has been rebuilt with an office, showers and a really cosy bar, where everyone drinks the local speciality Pisco Sour, a drink I personally find quite horrible.