Having enjoyed cruising for the last 18 years mostly in Mexico with a three year adventure down the Central American coast to Ecuador, we have discovered the seasonal patterns that allow us to have pleasant passage making and comfortable anchorages during the best seasons. This two-session discussion will be an informative look at cruising down the Baja and the Sea of Cortez to the anchorages of the mainland Pacific coast. We will be addressing the weather patterns that allow for a safe and wonderful cruising experience. Sailing through desert landscapes with clear turquoise waters and lush coconut palm lined beaches of the tropics, the Mayor of Tenacatita will bring his special knowledge, and humor to entice you to join the cruising community in one of the best cruising grounds in the world.
Part 1: Discovering the Beautiful Anchorages of Mexico
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Time: 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Location: Craneway Seminar Pavilion
Speaker: Robert & Virginia Gleser
Virginia and Robert Gleser have just completed their 18th year of cruising their Islander Freeport 40, ketch, “Harmony,” from San Francisco to Mexico and beyond to Latin American and Ecuador. They have been married for 47 years, and have raised 8 children. When their last child went off to college in 2000, they sold their….