Cabo San Lucas

Most say " How in the wold can you call this an anchorage?!" And it's true. The shelf off the beach makes it difficult to anchor, however when we set out stern line out onto the beach (yes pretty much on the beach) we kept our bow into the swell and for the most part … Continue reading Cabo San Lucas

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Magdalena Bay: Man of War Cove; Baja California; Mexico

The trek into Mag bay can be a long one if you don't time the tides right. The entrance can also be a washing machine when the tide is going against the wind. We anchored first in front of the little town at Man of War cove. From the water the little town looks like … Continue reading Magdalena Bay: Man of War Cove; Baja California; Mexico

Bahia Santa Maria; Baja California

Being the 2nd stop on the Baja HA HA rally this bay is also very well known, most guide books cover it very well. We came into the large bay right before dawn, so it was pitch black. We anchored in about 25 feet around 24 46.5360'N 112 15.2697'W. The hike up to the peaks … Continue reading Bahia Santa Maria; Baja California

San Juanico; Baja California; Mexico

If you are a surfer, or want to be.. This is a great stop for you. It's also great for other reasons but the gentle point break makes for very easy beginner waves when the swell is light. We anchored over a sand bottom in about 15 feet around 26 15.1033'N 112 28.2076'W. We ended … Continue reading San Juanico; Baja California; Mexico

Hipolito; Baja Califronia; Mexico

  This was a little gem of a stop! We were told that most cruisers bypass this as its a littler further in on the coast rather than going straight down to Arbeojos from Asuncion. We anchored in about 15 feet over a clear sand bottom around 26 59.4506'N 113 58.3352'W. The area is a … Continue reading Hipolito; Baja Califronia; Mexico