The first night we stopped at Bahia San Marte. It is a long ride in around the reefs to get to this particular anchorage; they can be well-hidden but we could see waves breaking way out as we carefully rounded the point. When we got inside we ran into Sarah Jean, the only other boat in the anchorage, who we’d met earlier when we were sitting out weather in San Evaristo. Next morning we continued south. About mid-morning we heard a call on the VHF radio for Jeorgia. It was our friends from Edmonds on Saben. They’d headed into a marina in La Paz when we left to start going up the Sea and were now on their way north.
They were 10 miles south of Los Gatos going north and we were 5 miles south of Los Gatos going south- kind of like ships passing in the night! Here’s Saben powering north into the wind under the cliffs of Las Gigantes Sierra.
Rusty stuff- cool A pile of abandoned salt