Heading South

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 »

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.

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.
schooners racing

COVID-19 Event Adjustments

The new 'shelter in place' order affecting much of the Bay Area has prompted the Bay Area Multihull Association to cancel or postpone the Doublehanded Farallones Race.
Tonga

The New Normal in Paradise

Island cruising destinations around the world are rapidly updating their customs and immigration procedures as the global pandemic unfolds.
Envolee

Puerto Vallarta Race Sizzles into Mexico

A long and light PV Race has drawn to a close with the smallest boat in the fleet claiming overall victory after 1,000 miles of ocean racing from San Diego to Puerto Vallarta.