Zihuatanejo (Z-Town) Mexico

When we were there:  Mid to late April 2016 Where we anchored:  15-20 feet in sand. around 17 37' 30"N 101 32' 51"W . We used a stern hook and stayed clear of the path of the para sailor boats. About: There are 2 anchorages in the large bay. If you have a lot to … Continue reading Zihuatanejo (Z-Town) Mexico

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Isla Grande, Mexico

When we were there: April 2016 Where we anchored:  17 40' 48"N 101 39' 24"W About: Isla Grande is beautiful and just around the corner of the very busy Z-town.  It had good protection and good holding. During the day the beaches are filled, but it is very quite at night. What was the water … Continue reading Isla Grande, Mexico

Caleta de Campos, Mexico

When we were there:  April 2016 Where we anchored:  20-25 feet over sand around 18 04'20"N 102 44' 59"W. We used a stern hook to keep our bow into the swell. About: This anchorage is open to pretty much everything, but is a great stopping point while breaking up the sail between Las Hadas and … Continue reading Caleta de Campos, Mexico

Las Hadas, Mexico

When we were there: Early April 2016 Where we anchored: 19 06' 04"N 104 20' 41"W  Also needed a stern anchor About: The resort charges you if you want to use their dinghy dock, but you also get to use the pool. You can also land your dinghy on the beach and walk up the … Continue reading Las Hadas, Mexico

Santiago Bay, Mexico

When we were there: Early April 2016 Where we anchored: 19 06' 23"N 104 23' 35"W About: The wreck in the middle of the anchorage is known to be good for diving and snorkeling, we had poor water visibility, in fact the water was brown. We did not go to shore and only spent one … Continue reading Santiago Bay, Mexico