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The Yacht club is not as it used to be. A mooring is $26/day for a 40ft boat, You must use their water
taxis, but try and get one to come get you. Its right next to all the work on the canal
expansion and the work boats come and go 24 hours a day. There is a big hydraulic dredge working adjacent to the mooring field; its a mess, at least until the canal work is complete.
Las Brisas, where I am now anchored is good and free, but no services at all, at any price
Boca Chica is one of my all time best places in the whole world. It is a bit tricky to enter until you get to know it. Bauhaus and Sarana cruising guidew will get you in with no trouble. Sarana is newer and better, and cheaper. Get it off the net at "salesarana.com. Excellent info for all CA, and the waypoints to get to Boca Chica are accurate. You can follow it all the way to Pedrigal if you wish.
Once inside, BOca Chica has a large quiet beutiful lagoon
. There is no theft there, town has basics, and David is only 45 minutes away and has everything, The town is incredibly friendly, and the locals will start greeting you the second time your there. Nothing is locked anywhere. Only the vegitable truck tries to charge gringos more than locals. Beer
is $0.65 in the cantina.
There is a water
that works from the anchorage to the area
hotels, the town, and nereby beaches. You can also have a water taxi come out and direct you in for about $10-15.
You can get wifi
in the anchorage from your boat, but you have to make a deal to get the password, which changes. Actually there is more than one, but the strongest is the Boca Brava hotel
Great Place! A shame to miss it. Many Islands and bays within a day sail, sccuba, snorkle and surf with a short Panga ride.