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Countdown to CUBAR 2019

Hola past and interested CUBARistas! The countdown to CUBAR 2019 has begun. We are just under one year away, with an official departure date now set for Nov 5, 2019. We will be publishing the whole schedule this Fall, but please save the dates. We are planning on mixing up the 2019 event to give past attendees something fresh, but will still keep many of the favorite activities from past events.… Read more

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Preparing for a long-range Baja cruise

Article by Cap. Nicole Sours Larson, The Log

If you’re considering cruising the Baja peninsula and, perhaps, beyond to mainland Mexico this autumn, now is the time to focus on planning and preparing your vessel for a potentially rigorous 750 nautical mile voyage to Cabo or about 900 n.m. if you’re continuing on to La Paz.

Most people have some initial concerns.… Read more

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Get Out There: Do you have what it takes to make the jump to the long-range cruising lifestyle?

By Cap. Nicole Sours Larson

If you’ve always wanted to try long-range cruising, go for it, according to ROBERT DEMICHELI, the semiretired owner/captain of San Francisco-based trawler Odyssey. DeMicheli, who has cruised the North American East and West coast plus Mexico and the Caribbean with his wife, Jackie, for more than 10 years, often provides interested recreational boaters with advice about the cruising lifestyle.… Read more

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How to Hop Down Baja in November

The basic journey is three legs long, and the reward is cruising the Sea of Cortez.

Article by Pat Rains
October 14, 2016 | SEA MAGAZINE

As soon as hurricane season is over, several thousand U.S. recreational boat owners will take their vessel and jump down Baja to pursue bliss: winter cruising season in Mexico. Get ready to break out the flip-flops and make piña coladas!… Read more

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Safe & Secure by Sunset

It’s possible to best the Baja Bash with no overnight runs.

Article by Pat Rains
April 19, 2017 | SEA MAGAZINE

Late spring is when many boaters return to the U.S. from Mexico, before the onset of hurricane season. The home stretch is a 720-mile motor dead to windward, from Cabo San Lucas to the customs dock in San Diego. Many captains and crews would like to take on the bash in daylight runs, anchoring and getting a good night’s sleep before the next day’s bash.… Read more

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International Travel Medical Info


How to Obtain Prescription Medications for Your Yacht

Seaside Marine Pharmacy
San Pedro, CA
310-833-3551
www. seasidemarinedrugs.com


 

 

This pharmacy can provide prescription medications, including small a amount of narcotics, it your yacht is a USCG documented vessel. … Read more

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Mexico’s Trusted Traveler Program

Do you travel by air frequently to Mexico? Do you want to avoid lines at Mexican immigration like you do when entering the United States? If you answer yes to these questions, you might be interested in joining Mexico’s Programa Viajero Confiable (Trusted Traveler Program).

Already operational at three airports (Mexico City, San Jose del Cabo and Cancun), and soon to arrive at 10 more, Programa Viajero Confiable offers expedited clearance when entering Mexico, the same type of service that you’ve grown accustomed to with Global Entry at U.S.… Read more

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