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Old 04-10-2008, 09:40   #16
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Unfortunatly pictures arnt scanned onto computer yet,(prints)Not sure about dryland but Lapaz is good for moorage,lots of people leave their boats anchored unattended in Puerto Escondido.The islands in Sea of Cortez is where you want to be.If you go to mainland make sure you stop at Isla Isabella,Matenchen Bay.Further south check out Yelapa,past Puerto Vallarta.This is easiest jumping off point to Hawaii ;about 3 weeks,as it is latitude sailing to Hilo,winds are good outside Socorro Is.(have stopped here for repair,not sure if it is open to public)Spring is time to cross the pond.Videorov; are you going this winter or next?
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I guess there is no dry storage in that Baja area so

Would not have to go back to Hawaii? That might be a option if there are
places for dry storage at not to high of a price?
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Old 04-10-2008, 22:13   #18
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Would not have to go back to Hawaii? That might be a option if there are
places for dry storage at not to high of a price?

Marina San carlos

Check this out for a good place to haul and store your boat. Halfway up the Sea of Cortez on the mainland side
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Marina San carlos looks nice

I emailed them to get a price on dry storage there.
Looks like Baja is a good place to explore for many months.
You say the water is real clear in the summer and not as clear in the winter but I guess its still pretty clear even in the winter?
I have a remote control underwater camera system I build and could do some testing there if the water is clear in the winter. Might be a good
testing gound for my underwater remote control video camera
product which you can control the panning around.
Well will see what price they come up with for dry storage there.
Any others for dry storage anyone knows about let me know in that
area.
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Have a look at my post on "heading to hawaii" on 10-20-08.
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