While not in digital format, another option is to buy Mexican charts for the Pacific Coast. They have recently (2010-11) been updated by the Mexican Navy
and are accurate. Sourcing these may be a problem. I know you can order them through Mike, Shelly or Cindy at La Paz
), located in Marina de La Paz
in La Paz, Baja California
I'd have to ditto the comment made by Tom Jeremiason (above). The Sea of Cortez
provides some of the best cruising along the west coast
of Mexico. While I'm at it, I'll put in a plug
for one of the best current cruising guides
to the Sea of Cortez, and that's the second edition of Sea of Cortez - A Cruiser's Guide
by Shawn Breeding and Heather Brasmer. These two have also published a cruiser's guide to the west coast
of Mexico, which is bound to be a winner to add to your boat's bookshelf.
While in Bahia
Banderas, by all means spend some time exploring La Cruz de Huanacaxtle for good music
and great food
. There's also a fairly new marina there with an anchorage just outside the entrance, located on the northern reaches of the bay east of Punta Mita.
Whatever you decide, enjoy your cruise!