• Isla Coronado Loreto Bay Marine Park

  • Isla Contoy Biosphere Reserve

  • San Carlos Sonora

  • Reaching to Isla Mujeres Cancun Quintan Roo

  • Isla Carmen Loreto Bay Marine Park

  • The Aquarium San Carlos

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Monthly Archives: January 2012

We are we Now

Windsplitter is currently in San Carlos and we are finishing up the refit on her to get ready for our year long cruise to the most beautiful and exotic locations in the Baja & Mexico. More info to follow shortly.

Day 2 Light Wind Tacking


Simply Fantastic day to learn to sail in San Carlos Mexico today, 10 to 15 knots of wind made for great sailing on the outside of the bay with very light winds on the inside. It was so nice a day I just had to edit a short video to show how to make a few light wind tacks and throw up some pictures of the days major events. Unfortunately we did not get and good pictures of the fin whales that we sailed with.

The video will be uploaded later tonight.

Great Job by my students today!!

Ron Hanks on working Jib


Tim finishes Jib sheet fairleed



Ron just slips by the Gemini Cat in the bay


Nice view of Commerical Shrimp Vessels

Ron, Tim & Kurt show up for 8 day ASA sailing course

Day 1:  Fantastic Weather today for the start of our latest ASA 8 day sailing course with Tim, Ron and Kurt. Wind blew around 15-20 knots and I just loved the macho foot war that Tim and Kurt showed up in.


 These guys look simply marvelous!!

I am gonna try and ignore the Halliburton hat Tim, I know you are not a war time profiteer!

Kevin from Tucson to finish Coastal Cruising course

Kevin & his son from Tucson came down to finish off his 103 Coastal Cruising course. We had super nice weather air temperatures in the 70´s and beautiful light winds of 5 to 8 knots.


Kevin hanking on the Jib                                                            Ryke holds er steady on course








Man over board drills