If you spend a week in San Carlos in June or July to work on the boat, it's a week you'll never forget.
After our fourth year cruising Mexico, we spent 2 weeks doing a bottom job and decomissioning the boat getting ready to truck it back to the Pacific NorthWet. We drank VAST amounts of icewater and didn't pee all day. Fortunately we were given use of an airconditioned house by some friends. It was a lifesaver. Their only request was that we leave it clean and not run the A/C all the time.
We came "home" at the end of the day (we also had a car) dropped our filthy clothes while under the shower
and flopped into bed
with the overhead fan above the bed
on high and the A/C doing its best to keep up. By bedtime the house was down to about 80 f. In the morning with the A/C still on and not cycling the house was down to 74 or so. Just before sunrise, it's quite nice outside, but the instant that sun comes over the horizon all you want is shade. We didn't have much wind
at all until maybe 2 or 3 pm, and then still not much.
Whenever you walk anywhere, you find yourself looking for shade if even for a second, like walking up the shadow of a telephone pole. Really.
There were restrooms and showers in Marina Seca, but I absolutely can't imagine living aboard
under those conditions for more than a day or so, especially if you're on the hard
Another thing to think about. Hurricane