Adventia B4 Dementia

Days 3 & 4 – PV to Marqueses

Mayaluga`s crew is settling in nicely to this long cruise. We are now into a good routine and managing to get adequate sleep. As of today (Monday, March 27, we have sailed 497 nm, an average of 124nm/day. This would put us in the Marqueses within about 24 days. We do, however, expect the trade […]

Day 2 – PV to Marqueses

The sailing was brisk and consistent on Day 2 with Mayaluga easily making at least 6 knots and more at times, with winds averaging about 15 knots, until mid morning on March 25, when the wind died and we had to start the engine. While Tony and Mark were sleeping, I (Karin)was so excited to […]

Boobies Everywhere!

(click on any pic to enlarge) We slipped out of Mazatlan on Tuesday Jan 24, 2017, at 7:45am.  Somewhat reluctantly, I would add!   We had enjoyed such a fantastic almost two week stay in this well run luxury resort!  We had actually checked out the day prior, and the owner of El Cid Marina, […]

Mazatlan Luxury!

For a migrant “yachtista”, Mazatlan, approached the right way, is absolute heaven! Mayaluga very rarely ever goes into a marina. Mazatlan is one of those exceptions brought about mostly because of horror stories we had heard about theft from sailboats at anchor. We bit the bullet and paid for 7 nights at the security-gated El […]

Los Muertos (Place of the Dead)

In my opinion, Bahia Los Meurtos is probably as good an anchorage as one could find just about anywhere in the world! We spent almost a week here. The beach blazingly white in the sunshine, postcard perfect! It is good to recharge ourselves and discover what this lifestyle is actually all about. No rush; no […]

Cabo St Lucas northwards

What a huge relief to leave Cabo San Lucas!  It was a horribly exposed and rolly anchorage. We sat out the 30 plus knots barreling down from the north and then made a break for it as soon as we could. We limped into San Jose (Puerto Los Cabos), about 20 miles NE of Cabo […]

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