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Summer Camp in Tenacatita By Brian

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Exodus from Tenacatita

We woke up early this morning to the news of the earthquake in Chile and the Pacific Tsunami warning issued by NOAA.

Zen and the Art of Staying in One Place — By Erin

I’m sitting at one of the eight tables that form a circle around the bar at The Sands Hotel, overlooking the pool.

Blowin’ in the wind — by Erin

If the answer truly is blowin’ in the wind, then we should be genius by now. Last night there was quite a gale: 45 knots of wind in Barra de Navidad (some boats are reporting they saw 56 knots). North of here, in Banderas Bay, they saw 75 knots.

Dinghy vs. Car – by Erin

A few months before we left Seattle, Stephan, the previous owner of our boat who sailed it nearly around the world, drove down from Bellingham to help us with a few boat projects.

Barra de Navidad- by Rebecca

Delos was anchored in the Barra Lagoon which is about a 10 minute dingy ride from Barra de Navidad.

The Gold Coast- Tenacatita Posted by Brian

This area of Mexico is known as the Gold Coast.

Adios Bahia Banderas- by Brian

After our relaxing Christmas Vacation in Paradise village we cast off the dock lines and headed back to the anchorage at La Cruz.

It’s always sunny in Puerto Vallarta- By Brady

Since my brother Brian and Erin’s wedding in August I have been slowly preparing for this trip to Mexico.

Paradise Village Marina- Posted by Brian

For the first time since entering Mexico Delos is tied up to a dock with unlimited power, water, and even trash pickup.