|The kids helping this solo trimaran gentleman get his dinghy back in the water. |
We are still working through the surf landings and exits, they are always a bit stressful.
|You never know you will see next on a Mexican beach. |
Hal, Kevin, Zoe, and Cindy check out the 3 horses.
|Mexican Navy during some kind of training exercise. Orange smoke signals, liferaft|
in the water, and a smaller patrol boat too. Our friends Tom and Annie on
sv Tappan Zee anchored out in front of the action. One of many freighters coming in.
|A Blue-Footed Booby perched on one of the last visible portions of a 300' freighter|
that ran aground in the 1950's.
|The remains of the 300' steel freighter San Luciano which sank in 1959 during|
a category 5 hurricane. It is now home to thousands of sea creatures.
We were going to snorkel here but it was very murky water with terrible visibility.
|The Playa de Boquita area of Bahia Santiago. Shipwreck foreground.|
|We can only guess that this is some sort of monument to those lost at sea.|
It is on a small, very rugged island, pretty far from town.
|We did go snorkeling at the "aquarium" but the visibility was poor. We didn't|
see many fish this day.