Twice a year, members of the Tucson Sailing Club take off to cruise the coast of Mexico. This biannual event is scheduled to follow the International Regatta held in the spring and fall in San Carlos, Mexico.
It certainly looks like they have a lot of fun! 🙂
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Leave san Carlos Mon. 10/9 : 132 nm
Isla Estanque 10/11 – 10/13: 44 nm
Puerto Refugio 10/14 -10/17: 44 nm
BDLA 10/18: 7 nm
Puerto Don Juan 10/18 -19: 14 nm
Animas Slot/ Isla Sal Si Puedes 10/20 -10/22: 106 nm
Las Cocinas 10/24: 28 nm
San Carlos Wed. 10/25
There will be a short cruise to San Pedro and/or Los Cocinas after the regatta.
Most of the cruisers want to be back in time for the May 26th race so we will be departing San Carlos on Sunday 5/14 for a 12 day trip, returning to San Carlos on Thursday 5/25.
Here is the proposed schedule for the TSC May cruise, weather permitting. If wind is out of the south on the 14th we may reverse the course:
May 14th, leave for San Juanico at 2AM, (96 miles, 18hrs @ 5.5 kts.
May 15 – 19, San Juanico/ Ramada area.
May 20 – 22, Santispac area
May 23- 24 San Marcos/ Santa Rosalia
May 25, to San Carlos, 74 miles about 14 daylight hours.
There will be one boat leaving early, about May 1st, for La Paz with the intention of joining us on the 14th. Contact Harry March 520-720-8291 for more info on this early start.
Activities will include olympic games , fishing derby, toy sailboat races, ( made from beach flotsam & duct tape), sky lanterns & pot lucks galore.
Their will also be a second, shorter, cruise after the regatta to San Pedro bay and/or Los Cocinas (The Kitchens). Contact Duff Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-825-4555 for details.
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The 2011 Tucson Sailing Club Fall Cruise ended up being a small and intimate affair after several boats bowed out due to mechanical problems or concerns about the weather forecast. Nonetheless, the crews of Half Cat and Caliente headed out Monday afternoon in a brisk breeze. Caliente promptly returned to San Carlos…