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Cruising with Crocodiles

San Blas and its surrounding rivers and beaches were on our must see list for mainland Mexico. Just a short walk from the marina is the town’s central park with some great little restaurants. 1,074 more words

Spinnaker Sailing and Running Aground

After three amazing days and three miserably rolly nights anchored off Isla Isabel, we were ready to continue our voyage south. We woke early to take advantage of the favorable winds and said goodbye to our 40,000 new bird friends to make the 40 mile sail south to San Blas. 922 more words

Isla Isabel

As sun rose after a very rough 18 hour night passage, we could see Isla Isabel coming into view. The crew was exhausted after a long night of being seasick, the swell period had been a sort 4 seconds, with steep breaking waves off our stern. 406 more words

Crossing the Sea of Cortez and Mazatlan

We finally broke free of Baja!!!! The weather was supposed to lighten up for three days before the next system came thundering down the coast and we would use this opening to make our 162nm trip across the Sea of Cortez. 1,308 more words

San Jose Del Cabo & Los Frailes

December 20

I probably looked like a stray animal, hungry, lonely and disoriented, after spending every day with Rachel the last couple of months and now on my own, I had forgotten how to fend for myself in this new strange world of Mexico. 1,259 more words

Onward to Bahia Tortugas

This time we made it out of San Quintin fuel leak and trouble free. With lighter winds we started off motor sailing south, towards Cedros Island. 1,971 more words

Agape's Trip Across the Border

November 23, 2016

We pulled into Ensenada November 23rd, 2016 and tied up to the familiar docks of Baja Naval, where we had work done three years ago when we first brought Agape home from Mexico. 1,315 more words