Month: November 2016

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 […]

Baja-Ha-Ha and more ha-ha’s

Anchored here in spectacular Bahia Los Frailes this Friday, November 18, 2016, I contemplate the hectic last two and a half weeks.  The many social activities associated with this tightly scheduled rally kept us busy and pretty much sleep deprived.  The start of the rally was a sight to behold!  A parade-past of all 183 […]

I like coffee….not tea.

It’s after dark, Mayaluga is anchored about 50 metres from the white beach of Cabo San Lucas, the vibrancy of the shore can be seen by the many lights, live music is playing – or is that karaoke that I hear… for a beach wedding. Could it get more perfect? YES! It couldn’t be less […]

Cabo… here we come!

It’s a very calm and warm evening 20 miles off the west coast of the Mexican Baja, about 130 miles north of Cabo San Lucas. What a treat to sail in warm winds! The more than half moon shines in the night sky. Winds are about 10 knots from the northwest and Mayaluga is chugging […]

The Baja Ha Ha begins!

We finally got our SSB Radio operational with some help from a very good technician, Shea, in San Diego, so I am able to post via email to our blog. Technology…..blows my mind! Its midnight on the last day of October 2016. Our position is 31 26 636 N, 117 14 660 W and we […]