The Poobah is putting together the 'Meet the Fleet' book, which will include bios of all the boats entered in the Baja Ha-Ha, and as many photos as possible.
It's not over until it's over. There's still time to register for the 2022 Baja Ha-Ha.
The 'Latitude 38' Crew List parties have come back to life as sailors showed up to compare notes, read the stickers pasted on one another's chests, and sort out who's sailing where and with whom. We'll assume it will all get sorted out in the weeks to come.
The SSCA helps cruisers as cruisers help the destinations where they cruise. The Clean Wake program offers guidance and specific programs on distant shores.
The Latitude 38 Crew List Party is returning on Thursday, September 1st at Spaulding Marine Center.
It's a party. Who's coming?
There are many things to know before you go. The USCG will be on hand at the Crew Party and in San Diego to help you understand more about Coast Guard Search and Rescue.
Join in, make friends, sail south, and get a burgee and a cruising guide. All good reasons to aim toward the ultimate reward of cruising Mexico.
Who said you can only Ha-Ha by the sea? Chris Maher took his 2022 Baja Ha-Ha burgee in the other direction, 14,505 feet up to the top of Mount Whitney.
There's no need to wait if you're thinking about cruising Mexico. Keeping it small and simple has allowed many to set sail when the spirit moved them.
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