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So, how many ships in port with you?

Least crowded would probably be Blue Kay, Pitaya or Pez 

Best suggestion for that time of day is to take a taxi, not the tram. Get out at the lighthouse.  Walk down the malecon.  Ignore any club hawking loungers.  If needed, go past Nohoch Kay to the next place down. That's the far end of the malecon and few people.

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15 hours ago, Houndfish said:

Malecon 21 on s side of malecon is nice

I think you've brought a new one into the mix.  :classic_smile:

Last time we were Costa Maya, the area immediately south of Sulamar and north of some multi-colored apartments  was an open space. Plus the further south past Pez Quadro you go the less crowded it gets as the jaladores hook many into their less than great clubs.

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