Wednesday, February 16, 2011


We pulled anchor from Chamela at 09:30 in calm seas and light winds. With the watermaker on, we kept a sharp eye out for red tide, arriving at Bahia Tenacatita (N19°17.921' W104°50.194') at 17:30 after giving a wide berth to the rocks and reefs along the shore.

As we pulled into Tenacatita, again we noticed the cloak of red tide. At the anchorage, we noticed a boat that we had been looking for this season, SV Kasasa, another version of our boat (an Endurance 35) and who we had met through our Bluewater Cruising group back home.

We were immediately hailed on the VHF radio by a hearty group of BCA members inviting us to join their BURP (Bluewater Unofficial Rendezvous Party) where we all shared our adventure stories ashore.

A dozen Bluewater Cruising members with their burgee flag

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