Guaymas to San Carlos

We spent a few days at the anchorage in Guaymas bay, close from the marina dinghy dock. From there, it is easy to reach downtown, the market, the bakery, and the crowded malecon. This weekend, Guaymas was celebrating “El Día de los Niños” with clowns, merry-go-round, and a musical and lighted water-fountain show. Fun, specially for our little guy!

Next we headed to Bahia Santa Catalina, our last Mexican anchorage of the season. Very scenic. Too bad the proximity of town and cargo-ships passing by make the seashore quite polluted with garbage and gluey sand…

Finally, we set sail for San Carlos, which marked the end of our sailing trip in Mexico… After an intense week at the marina cleaning, lowering the mast, and preparing the boat for the road, we hauled-out and position Plume on its brand new trailer. This first attempt was not too satisfying (the boat was not forward enough and thus there was not enough tongue weight) so we had to come back to the crane a few days later for some adjustments…. Plume’s trailing adventure is only starting but already promises to be quite interesting!

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