Baja Ha-Ha Sign-ups Open Right Now!

BSM anchorage in the mist
The tranquil anchorage at Bahia Santa Maria, one of the stops along the Baja Ha-Ha route.
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The 26th Baja Ha-Ha Cruising Rally is now open for business and accepting entries. The 2019 rally has been scheduled to run November 3-16, a bit later than usual. A fleet of more than 100 boats will parade out of San Diego before turning south bound for stops in Bahia Tortuga, a fishing village, and Bahia Santa Maria, a remote wilderness. The fleet’s ultimate port of call, 750 miles later, will be Cabo San Lucas, a resort destination. So, a little of everything for everyone.

men with big fish
Can you catch fish while sailing? But of course!
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For details and to see what sorts of boats and crews qualify to enter, read the FAQ section here.

Baja Ha-Ha swag is included in the price of admission.
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The entry fee is $395 per boat. (However, skippers under 35 and boats under 35 feet can register for the discounted rate of $345.)

Group on the beach
A group of friends gather for a photo moment on the beach during one of the stops.
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Starting in June, volunteers will mail out entry packets containing important rally information, special offers from event sponsors, and official Ha-Ha burgees. We invite companies and organizations interested in getting in on the action as sponsors to contact Latitude 38’s Mitch Perkins (aka Baja Mitch) at (415) 383-8200 ext. 107, or by email.

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