Sirena

"Sail fast and live slow"

09 December 2013
02 December 2013
17 May 2013 | La Paz
13 May 2013 | Mazatlan
10 December 2012
03 December 2012
03 December 2012 | twenty miles from Loreto
03 December 2012 | Santa Rosalia to Santo Domingo
13 November 2012 | Puerto Escondido
13 November 2012 | Santa Rosalia
01 May 2012 | Mazatlan, Mx
29 April 2012
07 April 2012 | Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
11 March 2012

Huatulco

02 February 2012 | Marina Chahue
Connie warm and humid
Huatulco
We are now in Marina Chahue in Huatulco. It’s a small marina where boats wait for a good weather window to cross the Tehuantepec Channel, which can be very windy and rough. The town, La Crucecita, is a very pretty town, with parkways in the center dividers of the main roads, and a large town square with benches under big shade trees. Many restaurants and shops surround the square. We’ll be leaving tonight, Thursday, at 10:00pm so as to cross the worst part during daylight hours. It will take us 2 days to get to the next town and marina at Chiapas. We weren’t able to take any pictures around town because our camera battery was low and needed charging. Very disappointing!
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Vessel Name: Sirena
Vessel Make/Model: Cardinal 46
Hailing Port: Newport Beach, CA
Crew: Ed and Connie Quesada
About: Ed and Connie have been sailing together for over 44 years and have sailed on Sirena for over 22 years. Sirena has been to Mexico many times before. We plan an extended vacation to Mexico for four or more months. Stay tune as we take our time through the warm weather down south.
Extra: Slow cruising through Mexican waters
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Ed and Connie

Who: Ed and Connie Quesada
Port: Newport Beach, CA