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Old 04-01-2011, 21:38   #16
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I'm interested in the baja ha ha, in case I miss the coconut milk run. When are the dates for that if I was sailing from southern California?
It happens around the end of October. The date is set later in the year. Here is a link to their website Baja Ha-Ha Cruisers Rally: Sailing from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas
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All the info you'll ever need on the Baja Ha-Ha can be had first hand here: Baja Ha-Ha Cruisers Rally: Sailing from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas

They've not announced the 2011 schedule though.
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All the info you'll ever need on the Baja Ha-Ha can be had first hand here: Baja Ha-Ha Cruisers Rally: Sailing from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas

They've not announced the 2011 schedule though.
Usually you'ii atart seeing activity on their website in April.
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It all depends on your boat. All else aside, after September will be a ride.
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N/W coastal weather definitely can raise it's nasty teeth much of the year in the N/W.Most years mid July to the first part of October are good. I have a friend used to beat it up from Winchester Bay every May, and always swore he'd never do it again, but he did. Recently onshore breezes have hit 100mph the last 3 years in November, you make the deduction.
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