Cruising guide to the refreshing anchorages of San Carlos on the Sea of Cortez

by Gerry Cunningham

Publisher: Cruising Charts in Patagonia, AZ (Box 976, Patagonia 85624)

Written in English
Published: Pages: 92 Downloads: 166
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Places:

  • California, Gulf of (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • California, Gulf of

Subjects:

  • Yachting -- Mexico -- California, Gulf of -- Guidebooks.,
  • California, Gulf of (Mexico) -- Guidebooks.

Edition Notes

StatementGerry Cunningham.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV776.16.C34 C86 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2600437M
LC Control Number85157420

Complete Guide to the Sea of Cortez (CD-ROM): Gerry Cunningham: Books - ews: 3.   Santa Rosalia before heading to San Carlos. We both feel sad to leave Baja to mainland. After you connected with the place and people it is hard to leave. Winter Cruising in the Sea of Cortez Anchorage in Sea of Cortez | Loreto to San Juanico area to Punta Pulpito Febru Septem / Luksana Panyavanich / Adventure, Boat and Sailing, Crossing the Sea of Cortez, Marina Fonatur Guaymas, Sailing The Sea of Cortez, San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas sailing, Santa Rosalia sailing, travel.   Anchorage in Sea of Cortez | Loreto to San Juanico area to Punta Pulpito Febru Donating –> even a small sum Cruising From Central California (Moss Landing) to .

His guide to Trailer Boating The Sea of Cortez, Gulf of California is an easy-to-read and well-organized publication that includes accurate navigation charts, maps, cruising guides, tide tables, light lists, and many photographs of this remarkable area. San Simeon. San Simeon is best for north-bound sailors, since it is the last substantial anchorage before the long stretch of inhospitable coast that reaches all the way to Monterey. Sail outside the approach buoy and anchor towards the NW corner of the bay in about 20 ft of hard sand. Protection from NW winds is good, although it can be a bit. They told us all about the summer-long stay in the very hot northern Sea of Cortez, and detailed their favorite anchorages in and around our destination, Bahia Los Angeles, and all the beautiful places they had stopped across the northern Sea and south along the coast to get to San Carlos. We made notes in our cruising guides, and at the time. Come Sail With Us in the Sea of Cortez!! The best way to experience the gorgeous blue water of the Sea of Cortez is to sail off to the many islands and anchorages. Whether you enjoy swimming, diving, kayaking, snorkeling, or just a peaceful get away, we can accommodate your adventure.

SAN JUAN ISLANDS CRUISING GUIDE By: Roger and Marlene Van Dyken San Juan Sailing Cruising Guide Many of our charter guests and friends have asked us to share our favorite spots with them. We gladly do this, of course, for in doing so we can mentally cruise the islands yet again, each favorite spot flashing like a video before our mind's eye.   During hurricane season, boaters keeping a close eye on the weather can roam freely around the upper Sea of Cortez. MIDRIFF ISLANDS. Bahia San Francisquito on Baja is one of the most remote places on earth, yet logistically it’s a primo departure anchorage for the easy mile crossing of the Sea of Cortez with the Midriff Islands always in site.   Thanks to its handy location on the mainland side of the Sea of Cortez, Marina Topo provides a much-needed overnight destination, fuel dock and service center for yatistas cruising between Mazatlan ( n.m. to the SE) and the San Carlos-Guaymas area ( n.m. to the NW). A Boater's Guide To Cruising The Bahamas. By Tom Neale. Reaching paradise never comes easy. This veteran of the Bahamas liveaboard life shows how it's done. An aerial view of the Exumas. (Photo: Onne van der Wal) They say that no one knows the exact number of islands in the Bahamas.

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Cruising Guide To San Carlos On The Sea Of Cortez book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is the best Gunkholing area in the. Cruising Guide To The Refreshing Anchorages Of San Carlos On The Sea Of Cortez on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cruising Guide To The Refreshing Anchorages Of San Carlos On The Sea Of Cortez.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Gerry Cunningham has been cruising the Gulf under sail since He has explored and charted over anchorages from Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Baja up the coast to the Midriff Islands and across to Kino on the mainland and down to San Carlos and Guaymas Harbor.4/5(4).

Gerry Cunningham has 15 books on Goodreads with 9 ratings. Gerry Cunningham’s most popular book is Sea of Cortez Cruising Guide, Vol. 2: The Middle Gulf. Gerry Cunningham, well known designer of outdoor sports equipment, started surveying and charting the anchorages of the Gulf of California, or Sea of Cortes, over 40 years ago.

He published charts of the San Carlos area inand the first edition of Cruising Guide to San Carlos in Gerry searches out and surveys all viable anchorages Reviews: 2. Cruising Guide To The Refreshing Anchorages Of San Carlos On The Sea Of Cortez.

Published by Cruising Charts. Used. Softcover. Quantity Available: 1 Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

At ThriftBooks, our motto is. I’ve been on the Sea of Cortez in November cruises a year apart and would return for wonderful weather—85 to 90°F, lots of sun, a refreshing sea breeze, and the hurricane season has ended—as well as for snorkeling, kayaking, fishing, and exploring the rocky spine of Baja California that looks barren but teems with interesting plant and animal life.

Crossing the Sea of Cortez from Santa Rosalia on Baja to San Carlos, Sonora, is a mile passage east-northeast. On landfall, when you see the landmark peaks Tetakawi, Marina Real lies just to the north behind Playa Algadones, and Marina San Carlos lies just to the south inside Bahia San Carlos.

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Gerry Cunningham has been cruising the Gulf under sail since He has explored and charted over anchorages from Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Baja up the coast to the Midriff Islands and across to Kino on the mainland and down to San Carlos and Guaymas s: 2.

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2 ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Winning Ways to Manage your Trading Positi /5(2). It appears that I might be going to the Sea of Cortez later this month. Any suggestions re: provisioning - anchorages - places to go - places to La Pas and Sea of Cortez - About two-thirds of the way down the Sea of Cortez, on Mexico’s famed Baja Peninsula, sit Loreto and Puerto Escondido.

Backed by the stunning Sierra de la Giganta range to the west and a spread of islands and dazzling blue waters to the east, this area boasts spectacular sailing, beach exploration, historic communities, gorgeous remote anchorages, and world-class fishing.

waypoints for major obstacles and anchorages. Sean Breeding and Heather Bansmer, authors of the popular Sea of Cortez: A. Cruising Guide and Pacific Mexico: A Cruising Guide, include a table at the end of each book that lists the suggested waypoints.

with logically named labels and descriptions. Cruisers and sailors push beyond to Punta Concepcion and other small islands and anchorages in Bahia Concepcion. For many, Santa Rosalía, about halfway up the Baja coast, is the end of the line.

It also is a jumping-off point for boaters making the long crossing of the Sea of Cortez to San Carlos or Guaymas on the Mexican mainland. Over 70 anchorages described For power or sail Reformatted to 8x10 paperback Gerry Cunningham s work lives on in our new Legacy Series We have touched up the layout of this classic guide to make it easier to use Laminated cover for added durability.

The Complete Cruising Guide To The Middle Gulf, Sea Of Cortez book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Starting with Candelero Chic. Puerto Penasco, Sonora, in the northeast corner of the Sea of Cortez is an actual port, finally, populatHere you find three small marinas, two fuel docks with diesel and gas, seven haul-out yard, good provisioning, hospitals, chandlers, an international airport, air-conditioned movie theatres, and scads of restaurants featuring the region’s mainstay – shrimp.

In Mag Bay, the Port Captain in the settlement at Man-o-War Cove will deliver fuel to boats in the anchorage from Puerto San Carlos, 10 miles away up a winding sand estuary. Water can be more problematic, especially in the desert environment of the Baja peninsula.

Most boats that cruise the Sea of Cortez carry a watermaker. San Carlos harbor anchorage. San Carlos Harbor. Marina San Carlos. Marina San Carlos.

Carlos with a new cruising season ahead. For us San Carlos seemed to be a point. of intersection, the juncture of past dreams and present transitions. sailing the Sea of Cortez. We regretted missing more of the Sea of Cortez, but warmer weather and Zihuatanejo were on our minds, so on November 7 we pulled anchor and returned to La Paz.

Much of the time we spent in Isla San Francisco was dominated by quite strong Northern winds, blowing up to 25 knots in the anchorage. Santa Rosalia before heading to San Carlos We both feel sad to leave Baja to mainland.

After you connected with the place and people it is hard to leave. Winter Cruising in the Sea of Cortez Anchorage in Sea of Cortez | Loreto to San Juanico area to Punta Pulpito Febru   The beauty of Sea of Cortez This post to continue from our previous post.

December 5th, to January 14th, Strong Northerly Winter Winds set in within a week of us arriving in the Sea of Cortez. This effectively trapped us to stay in La Paz. We brought my year-old mother back after tax time in the States and sailed across the Sea on Easter Sunday. What a glorious day.

We couldn't have asked for a better crossing for her. She remained with us for six weeks as we entered places she'd never visited, returned to other anchorages that she remembered, and finally made it to La Paz. On the mainland side of the Sea, there are few weather-safe anchorages, other than at the ports of Mazatlan and Topolobampo, until you reach the Guaymas/San Carlos area.

For this reason, most cruising yachts, when transiting the sea, will cross over from Mazatlan to the Baja, and then cruise along the peninsula as they gunkhole north.

John Steinbeck explored this oasis inwith Ed Ricketts, the biologist from Monterey, CA, three wealthy Mexicans, and two native guides. I read about this canyon in The Log From the Sea of Cortez, and in the Sea of Cortez cruising guide, and knew we had to go explore this place if at all possible.Covers Cabo to Conception Bay with over anchorages described For power or sail Reformatted to 8x10 paperback Gerry Cunningham s work lives on in our new Legacy.Mexico cruising guide for cruising sailors maps of the most popular anchorages in pacific mexico and the sea of cortez from a great sailing blog.

The baja peninsula was formed during an era of frequent volcanic activity and earthquakes of unbelievable magnitude.