U.S. West Coast - Mexico Cruising
U.S. West Coast - Mexico Cruising - Sailing Quarterly • 50m
Take four California - Mexico west coast cruising adventures: San Francisco Bay, the Sea of Cortez, the Channel Islands, and Ensenada, Mexico. A Master Collection from the Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine series.
Your voyage begins with a cruise of San Francisco Bay from the Golden Gate Bridge to remote coves far from the city's center. Next, sail south to Mexico's Sea of Cortez. Enjoy a crewed charter that takes you to the villages and islands of this rugged and beautiful cruising ground.
Returning to southern California sail to the uninhabited Channel Islands. Explore the diverse flora and fauna on Santa Cruz Island, often referred to as the Galapagos of the North. Complete your West Coast cruise with a one-day flotilla sail from San Diego to Ensenada, Mexico. Tour this popular cruising destination and the surrounding countryside. Finally, cast off for the picturesque Todos Santos islands and a flotilla raft up before sailing home. (D5Z)
ABOUT SAILING QUARTERLY
Produced in the late 1980's, Sailing Quarterly Video Magazine's 24 one-hour programs set the standard for sailing television. It's content represents over 200 years of sailing knowledge from its hosts and presenters such as Gary Jobson, Don Street, Tristan Jones and John Rousmaniere. We've taken individual stories, and grouped them under instructional categories and cruising destinations. The complete series includes nine instructional volumes, eight destination volumes, and the 24 original SQ one-hour programs. This is timeless content that will benefit every sailor, racer or cruiser.