Bahia Tenacatita

Tenacatita Bay may not be what it used to be, but it’s still a wonderful place. The Curry family spent a week in this same anchorage over 15 years ago and Will remembers many  other cruising boats, exploring the movie set from McHale’s Navy, and going up the estuary to a dingy landing with access to Playa Tenacatita where lots of palapa restaurants catered to the cruisers.  As … Continue reading Bahia Tenacatita

Mainland arrival

The overwhelming emotion when pulling into an anchorage after an overnight passage is excitement. I’m betting that the excitement level must have something to do with the number of days/nights at sea, which means when we cross the Pacific Ocean the feeling we had yesterday morning with be magnified at least 8 times! As we approached Tenacatita Bay … Continue reading Mainland arrival

108 nm to go

20 30.787'N, 106 13.291'W On Wednesday morning we motored for an hour out of Ensenada de Los Muertos and once the wind filled in we put up the spinnaker and stood back as Hydroquest was pulled along at 7 - 8 knots on one of the best sails we've had to date. We were feeling … Continue reading 108 nm to go