The Happy Coast

We left Banderas Bay in the afternoon with the plan to sail overnight to Chamela Bay. This voyage would require us rounding Cabo Corrientes (Cape of Currents), which forms the southern point to the opening of…

Into The Wild

We had our visas in hand, we were provisioned up, and had scheduled one last outing to the islands with our La Paz friends. We were ready to make the jump across to mainland Mexico! Considering…

Aventuras Con Amigos

With our friends in tow, we finally make it out to the spectacular islands in the Sea of Cortez, and they did not disappoint! Being able to experience these adventures with friends makes it that much more special!

Making Ourselves at Home

Because we were still fresh off our sail to Cabo where we experienced rougher conditions than expected, we were cautiously optimistic about the forecast for our passage to La Paz. We should have had light to…

Doing the Cabo Wabo

As planned, we departed Bahía Santa Maria around 8:30 pm and settled in for our ~36-hour sail to Cabo San Lucas. The weather forecasts predicted 10-15 knots of wind, with anywhere from 0.5 to 1.2-meter seas…

Laid Back in Santa Maria

Our trip down to Santa Maria was a little rolly, but otherwise quite enjoyable. We had plenty of wind, so we actually outdid our estimated five knot average and arrived into Bahia Santa Maria about 12…

Finding Our Way in Turtle Bay

The guidebook we use calls Bahía Tortugas (Turtle Bay) an important staging point for the Baja coast as it provides great protection from almost any weather and has a small town with services including provisions, water,…

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