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Old 07-07-2015, 13:20   #16
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Re: Sea of Cortez Summers

summer is better in barra de navidad. less HOT but more humid, storms havent the punch they have in soc, and is actually green here. all year around, as this is tropics. 85-90 in summer with about 9000 percent humidity. not bad.
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Re: Sea of Cortez Summers

Originally Posted by SeaAngel831 View Post
Thank you gwbuild for your reply. It sounds like you must enjoy it quite a bit. Do you leave for August and September or stay put? How did the hurricanes so far this season affect the area, cruisers, etc? What do you like to do in the summer?
Thanks for your time.
We left mid-June this year and just missed Andres. Then Blanca came. Andres gave some decent wind and swells. Don't know of anyone sailing in it, but my kitesurfing buddies had fun.

We typically leave in June and come back in October. Aug-Sept are known as the muggiest months. Full time friends in SC often try to make an escape during that time when it gets real sticky.

What to do? Depends on your interests. The Mexicans have really been flocking to SC of late, so you can go 'people watch' down at Soggy Peso Beach Bar. That's always a great place to hang/anchorage. Hate to say, but diving ad snorkeling suck in our area... compared to many other places. But still, better than spending a day at the office. Sport fishing, if you're into it.

If you want to stay in the area, but need a change of scenery, there are some pretty anchorages within an easy day up north of SC. Scoot up there and cover hop a little.

And if you have a dinghy with an engine, you can surf on your SUP around the anchorage
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