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What’s News for the 2021 Baja Ha-Ha Cruising Rally?

As this year’s Baja Ha-Ha draws slowly nearer, we receive reminders and various pieces of information that are essential to sailors embarking on this fun voyage. And regardless of whether you’re joining this cruising rally for the first time or the 20th, it’s always helpful to keep abreast of the news.

First of all, did your Baja Ha-Ha packet of goodies arrive? They were sent out a couple of weeks ago, so hopefully you now have your 2021 Ha-Ha flag and information.

Next is a rundown of the various berthing and anchoring options from San Diego through to Cabo. The Grand Poobah and Ha-Ha crew (a good name for a band?) have gathered a lot of information about the various marinas such as slip reservations, costs, availability and length of stay, as well as details on nearby anchorages. As there’s far too much information for us to include it all here, you can jump over to the Ha-Ha website and read through everything there. The page includes links and phone numbers, so make sure you check it out.

The Ha-ha crew have been busy gathering updated information on where to park your boat during this year’s rally.
© 2021 Baja Ha-Ha

The last piece of news we have for you today is that the Mexico seminars, concurrent with the fall Latitude 38 crew list party, are back! We recently announced the party will be held on September 9 at the Bay Model in Sausalito. As usual, we’re planning an informative seminar on cruising in Mexico to be held in the afternoon from 4:30 to 5:45, ahead of the evening’s frivolities. Baja Ha-Ha sailors are encouraged to attend this event as they’ll hear from Dick Markie of Paradise Village Marina and Geronimo Cevallos of Marina El Cid. In addition, many Baja Ha-Ha sponsors will be attending the party to help cruisers prepare for their voyage south — even those who aren’t sailing with the Ha-Ha rally.

Baja Ha-Ha news
The seminars are always full, so get in early.
© 2021 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Mitch

To make sure you get a seat for the seminar, book early, like now, as seminar attendance will be limited. Plus the crew party, which is normally $10, is free to captains and first mates who are signed up for the Baja Ha-Ha. Book your ticket here.


  1. Kurtis Nelson 2 years ago

    Hi, We are registered for the Ha Ha and would like to register for the seminar and crew list party but can’t seem to see how as eventbrite wants money.


    • John Arndt 2 years ago

      The seminar is open to Baja Ha-Ha participants and is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  2. Kurtis Nelson 2 years ago

    Thank you. I tried to register for the crew list party. It says that it is free for Ha Ha registrants but it still wants money for tickets.

    • Monica Grant 2 years ago

      Hi Kurtis, If you click on the link for Tickets it will take you to the next window where you will see two options — General Admission $10.00, Baja Ha-Ha Skipper & First Mate $0.00. Select the Baja Ha-Ha option to ‘purchase’ your ticket. But it will not ask you for any payment. I hope this helps.

  3. Kurtis Nelson 2 years ago

    Thanks much!

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