Cruising

More News That’s Not Terrible

Despite the slow, grinding boredom, fear and uncertainty, the world is still beautiful. We offer you some eye candy for your day.
Sequestor with spinnaker flying

Go or No Go?

The latest cancellation to drop into our inbox is the Master Mariners Regatta. "With so many competitive boats in the fleet, it is with heavy hearts the Board has decided to cancel the Regatta."

Satellite Phone Store

Satellite phones provide voice, SMS and data services anywhere on the Earth and you don't have to rely on cell phone networks.

Our Island in the Sun by Garry Domnisse

Illustrated with charts, photos, log entries and more and in color and covers the complete trip from San Diego to Panama Canal, to Key West.
Marina Coral Ensenada

An Update for Boats in Mexican Marinas

Fito Espinosa, harbormaster at Marina Coral in Ensenada, sent us this update from Neil Shroyer of Marina de La Paz, president of the Mexico Marina Association, on the current situation in Mexican marinas: “Yesterday, Sunday the 29th, Mexico’s Maritime authority issued Directive #13 to all Port Captains in Mexico, informing them that they may not authorize the clearance or departure of passenger vessels for hire (Mexican- and foreign-flagged) that operate with Nautical Tourism permits (charter, tours, diving, sport fishing, whale watching, sunset cruises, etc.). More »

Reconsidering Red, Right, Returning

It is a mnemonic that, once known, is impossible to forget. It is the simple expression of an important navigational concept: Red, right, returning.

Our Island in the Sun by Garry Domnisse

Illustrated with charts, photos, log entries and more and in color and covers the complete trip from San Diego to Panama Canal, to Key West.