9 May 2021
Isla Isabel, also know as the Galapagos of Mexico, is a Mexican National Park and a world-heritage site. With such pedigree, we had been longing to discover this island for a while...  Continue reading
7 May 2021
We planned our 85 mile jump to Isla Isabel as mostly a night sail. If the forecast was accurate, we were going to depart in the afternoon with the breeze, sail until the nightfall ...  Continue reading
5 May 2021
After arriving to Stone island, we had two more nights to wait until the weather window we had chosen to cross the 85 nm to Isla Isabel. Perfect for spending one more day in Old To...  Continue reading
4 May 2021
The departure from Isla marina was difficult and probably amongst one of the worst dock maneuver we ever did. Our friends Jeanette and Neill had come to slip our lines, "somet...  Continue reading
4 May 2021
After our crazy day in Deer Island, we had decided to go for our monthly marina pit stop, or more exactly the goose-neck and its worriesome sound had decided for us. That being sai...  Continue reading
25 Apr 2021
During the Sea of Cortez crossing, we had time. Plenty of time to look back and try to understand what is coming next. This crossing is already putting us back to a more sustained ...  Continue reading
25 Apr 2021
Let's say we are not superstitious or let's pretend we didn't know the sailor's superstition... Our weather window for crossing from Baja California to mainland Mexico happened to ...  Continue reading
22 Apr 2021
We had a good weather window to cross the Sea of Cortez on Friday, so we started to go South on Thursday to the place where we'd start our crossing. We wanted to get a last round o...  Continue reading
22 Apr 2021
We stayed in Isla San Francisco for 3 nights and 2 days: one day to enjoy and discover the place, a second day to prepare for our crossing of the Sea of Cortez that is coming next....  Continue reading