@blueprint's journey to Cabo San Quintin
I heard you can get cell reception 3G, NO WiF unless you go into townmore...
@blueprint's time at Cojo Anchorage
This is actually a nice anchorage after getting beat up coming down the coast and a good anchorage heading north to wait for a weather window. Good holding in 25-30 ft of water. NOTE: this is a no fishing bay as of 3/8/18more...
@blueprint's adventure at Port San Luis
Good holding in 25 ft of water. As of March 2018 the pier to the south which is a public pier is being worked on and is closed so if the swell is up and beach access is not possible the only other place to dingy ashore is at the pier in the far northwest corner of the bay which is about a mile a...more...
@blueprint's trip at Frys Harbor
I have been in this anchorage when it was blowing +25 knots and many boats dragged. It seems that the ones that dragged were in close to shore or along the west and east sides. The folks directly in the middle did fine. The bottom shelves off into deep +70 ft of water pretty fast. The winds w...more...
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