Monthly Archives: July 2016

Up into the Sea 1.4. from Bahía de los Ángeles to Puerto Refugio.

We skipped Puerto Don Juan, which fooled us not to be a seductive anchorage, instead it looked barren and hot. This bay has only a narrow entrance from the sea and is…

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Crusing Tips for the upper Sea of Cortez from Bahía de los Ángeles to Puerto Peñasco

Bahía de los Ángeles Two good anchorages in sand behind Punta Arena point with light and beach and in front of the 3 village piers on sand at 15-30′. The one in…

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Nobody tells you how hard it is.

Getting the boat and outfitting is easy. After leaving comes the hard part. Complaining about life when you live on land is normal. Complaining as a cruiser is just not done. We…

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My Kind of People.

The other day in Bahía de Los Ángeles, we were sitting around with a bunch of cruisers under Guillermo’s palapa when a landlubber from Texas joined our group. He was a young…

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Crusing Tips for the upper Sea of Cortez from Santa Rosalia to Bahía de los Ángeles

Santa Rosalia Fuel dock. There is space to anchor in the port at the far side, but we heard that there is a lot of debris on the harbor bottom and anchor…

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Up into the Sea 1.3. from Santa Rosalia to Bahia de Las Animas

Santa Rosalia is a lovely town. It was build around a large copper mine and the money it brought to the region some 120 years ago. About two thirds of the population of this…

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Hello from Beyond the Rainbow Bridge.

I have been here now for a few days and it’s grand. In case you don’t know what the rainbow bridge is, no worries, I didn’t know either before I got here.…

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Up into the Sea 1.2. from Puerto Escondido to Bahia Conception

We arrived at Puerto Escondido after a wonderful short sail and ride from Bahia Aqua Verde. The port is very hidden, as it’s name described and opened to a large landlocked bay.…

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Cruising Tips for the Sea of Cortez traveling North from Puerto Escondido to Bahia Conception

Puerto Escondido Mooring balls inside the inner bay, anchoring outside the bay, might want to ask the Fonatur office for all anchoring spots. Fuel dock. Portable water from the mountains at the…

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RIP Samba. Breaking a Heart. Or Two.

Samba was my first dog. She was Radu’s first dog too. She was with us for the last five and a half years.. We were new at this and she taught us…

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