Category Archives: Anchoring in Mexico

Just around the next sunrise

Cruising is a strange mixture of hurry up and wait, of discomfort and relaxation, of thrill and boredom. It is a life of extreme sensations where nothing is constant. If you are enjoying a moment you better soak it up, … Continue reading

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The silly things we do

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Photo Essay of La Cruz, Huanacaxtle Mexico

We look forward to returning again next winter!

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Semana Santa in Chacala

Chacala, Nayarit Mexico, by all accounts via the internet and the cruising guides is a sleepy little town of 300 residents. This quintessential¬†¬†beach town with a beautiful shoreline consisting of soft sand with a mild surf and palm trees swaying … Continue reading

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Two weeks on the hook

  It was a beautiful day to begin our journey south. Final destination unknown. We did some research, got the low down on a few good anchorages, and the skinny on the marina in Barra de Navidad. So we plotted … Continue reading

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