Session II will, depending on topics covered in session I, continue to cover putting your boat away for the hurricane season, and the southern crossings to Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. We will continue to relate these important skills to the various locals and conditions you will be in. The majority of time will cover the “Gold Coast” of Mexico from Banderas Bay, Tenacatita, Barra de Navidad, down to Zihuatanejo and, time permitting, further down the coast to Acapulco, Huatulco, and the Golfo De Tehuantepec, and possibly Panama. These two seminar sessions will tie it all together so you will have a safe and enjoyable -NO SURPRISES- cruise of a lifetime!
Part 2: What’s it Really Like Sailing the Coast’s? Things to Know Before You Go!
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2018
Time: 11:45am - 12:45pm
Location: Craneway Seminar Pavilion
The McCaleb and the McIntoshes each have more than 45 years of sailing under their belts. Their sailing resumes include having sailed thousands of miles in the South Pacific, the Caribbean, and, more to the point of these seminars, the west coasts of North and Central America. In the process, they both have made multiple….