• About us

    The AMMT was established in June 1989 , we currently have 32 Marinas associated, some of them which have been members since the AMMT was first created.
    We represent 70% of investments in the sector.

¿What we do?

We represent common interests of the investors in marine tourism to the different government agencies.
We aim to facilitate the operation of marinas against the constant changes in laws and regulations that in some cases can affect boating activity of thousands of tourists and nationals, we also focus in promotion, statistics, technical assistance and training.
We are part of the National Tourist Business Council of the National Tourism Confederation and the National Advisory Committee on Tourism Standardization.

MARINAS OPERATING

INVESMENT IN THE SECTOR

Participation Mechanisms

The AMMT actively involved in Nautical Tourism, Sport fishing which is coordinated by the Ministry of Tourism. As with the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation, through the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine, the General Administration of Customs, through the Administration of Customs Operations and Management Regulations of Foreign Trade.
The efforts of the AMMT, to various secretariats are designed to assist in the search for opportunities for regulatory improvement. Primarily working with the Ministry of Finance, Customs, SCT, Secretary of the Navy (SEMAR), Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), the National Migration Institute (INM).



Our Structure

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
BOARD MEMBERS
WORKING GROUPS ON SPECIFIC TOPICS
BILATERAL MEETINGS

How we Operate

Our affiliates have constant communication with members of the Board and the Assemblies, they each present their proposals, which are analyzed and considered in the Group of Nautical Tourism, Sport fishing Group and bilateral meetings.
The Board sends Associates Activities Report progress achieved and outstanding, as well as information on new regulatory provisions that might impact the sector.



Promoting boating in Mexico

We have a long way to go to have adequate, easy to understand regulations in an environment that promotes legal certainty the development of this activity. Therefore, the AMMT should be aware of the interests of this sector (ships, their customs regime, docks, concessions , insurance, payments and duties , dry marinas , etc.) to ensure the development of nautical tourism, generating well paid direct and indirect jobs, and contributes to an economic benefit to the people of Mexico.

Board of Directors

President

ENRIQUE SALCEDO FAVA

Honorary President

MRS. M. TERESA CELIS GROSSMAN

Vice President and Secretary Operational Matters

MR. DANIEL SHROYER SCHOEN

Vice President of Promotion

MR. ARNULFO ESPINOZA RODRÍGUEZ

Administrative Manager

SRA. MARTHA FALCÓN

Treasury

ING. ENRIQUE RIVERA

  • Letter from our Honorary President

    By petition of the Marina Association the secretary of tourism installed a Touristic Marina Commission in which all of the related authorities have participation. In this commission our association has been representing the interests of our associates and we have been able to achieve many changes that have helped save lots of time and money to all the marinas in Mexico. There is still lots of things that need to be changed so that we have correct regulations in mexico that help promote boating and further marina development.

    M. Teresa Celis de Grossman
    Honorary President