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Hurricane Season Lines Them Up

The middle of September is the peak hurricane period. Given this year's hurricane forecast, it's no surprise that there's so much action.

Baja Ha-Ha & Mexico Cruising

We hope to see you cruising in Mexico and enjoying La Buena Vida en El Mar. The people are fabulous, the country is gorgeous, and the cruising is fantastic.

Baja Ha-Ha & Mexico Cruising

We hope to see you cruising in Mexico and enjoying La Buena Vida en El Mar. The people are fabulous, the country is gorgeous, and the cruising is fantastic.
Sceptre 41 Maia

Keeping a Good Lookout

There are a thousand reasons to keep a good lookout. Modern navigational aids and numerous digital devices continue to improve and reduce accidents at sea. Despite all that equipment, it remains very important to keep an eye ahead and even read the signs along the shore.
Mulim family aboard Abeona

A Family Cruises in Uncertain Times

The Milum family, from Mill Valley, California, were in St.Thomas, looking forward to island-hopping through the Caribbean and back to the US in time for the fall school semester. Then COVID broke out...
Eddie Jarman

Young Cruiser Killed in Moorea

In a tragic accident in Moorea on August 10, a young cruiser was killed after being hit by a speedboat. According to reports, Eddie Jarman, 14, was checking the anchor on his family’s UK-based Discovery 55 September a.m. in Opunohu Bay when he was struck.
Isolated in Mexico

Welcome to the Mexico Cruisers Fence-Sitters Survey

Yacht clubs are wondering whether to run races, junior sailing programs are navigating proper protocols, boat shows are being postponed and racing has been severely curtailed. And the Grand PooBah is holding off until October 1st to decide on whether to run the 27th annual Baja Ha-Ha.