Month: February 2017

All Part of the Adventure

We left Tenacatita and headed a short distance south to Barra de Navidad.  There weren’t predicted to be any significant winds, but after we got out of the bay it was blowing about 30 knots.  That’s a bit more than we like to sail with, but the boat can handle it.  The challenge was getting […]

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Don’t Tip the Canoe!

After leaving Punta Mita, we headed over to Yelapa just across Banderas Bay.  Yelapa is an absolutely beautiful bay with steep, green hillsides.  The anchorage is also steep-to underwater, so some enterprising locals have set up moorings that you can tie up to.  The “mooring ball” was just an empty water jug, but the mooring […]

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Toys Toys Toys

We finally finished all of our projects in La Cruz and stocked up on provisions. We were ready to head south but decided to make a detour to Punta Mita. Mike really wanted a surfboard as we are going to hit lots of surf spots south and in Central America this year. After talking to […]

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Video: Sailing Sea of Cortez Part 3

Hi all.  Here is the third installment of our Sea of Cortez video.  I hope you enjoy!

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Video: Sailing the Sea of Cortez Part 2

Hi all.  Here is the second installment of our video from the Sea of Cortez this past summer.  I hope you enjoy it!

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Day by Day

I’ve been asked by several of you land lubbers what the heck we do out here each day.  If you’ve read the blog and saw some of the videos, you probably have a good idea what we do when we are sailing or are at anchor in a new bay.  But, what have we been […]

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