We left San Carlos on November 16. We had great winds from the north, up to 25 kts, perfect for going south! The boat was often going over 7 kts which helped us make the 120 mile crossing in less than a day. Going directly down wind is great as we often only use the genoa, leaving the mainsail down.
We spent the first day in Bahia Salinas on Isla Carmen, a windy anchorage but we were so tired we didn’t even notice!
We spent 2 nights at Agua Verde, a very popular anchorage for sailors where we snorkeled, fed the fishes (Richard trying to catch one) and enjoyed the sun.
Next stop is La Paz…