By Christine Weaver | November 17, 2021 | Baja California Sur | 4
Since Sunday and even earlier, the 130-ish boats in the 27th Baja Ha-Ha have scattered, many turning the corner from Cabo San Lucas into the Sea of Cortez and La Paz, with stops at scenic anchorages along the way. Some crossed over to the mainland and Mazatlán, while others headed farther down the coast for La Cruz or Puerto Vallarta. But here we take a look back at the rally down the Baja peninsula.
Baja Ha-Ha Leg 1, San Diego to Turtle Bay
In Turtle Bay (Bahia de las Tortugas)
Leg 2 / Bahia Santa Maria
Cabo San Lucas
Some Panoramic Views
Look for much more in the December issue of Latitude 38, wherein the Grand Poobah himself will file a report with many more photos.
John Taussig is a paramedic, USCG 50-Ton Master License holder, adventure sailor, and executive director for Backcountry Medical Guides. He’s been an EMT and paramedic professional for 20 years and is a lifelong sailor.
Did your camera capture a view of the Baja Ha-Ha that might be worthy of a Latitude 38 cover? If so please email it (or them) to [email protected]. We will need a high resolution file to print on the cover (minimum size 2 MB). Gracias!
Brought smiles to my face. “Rancho Relaxo” – class of 2011.
What wonderful memories of this incredible adventure of the Baja Ha-Ha! Thank you to all who helped to make it possible for me to participate! Gracias! Patti Drinkwater
If you’re “on the fence” because of the list of things yet to complete, here’s some great advice we got in ’06: JUST GO! Some of the items on the ‘to-do list’ were still on the list after we got back when we sold the boat in ’08. JUST GO!