SUNDAY/MONDAY, DAYS 8 & 9
LORETO sail north to Loreto and day anchor off the small man-made harbor.
Or power in to a guest dock, but go very slowly.
From there you can go into town and visit the mission left behind by Father Serra when he founded the California missions.
The mission church is still in use. Visit the museum next door before wandering the pedestrians-only street with its shops. Cafe Ole restaurant is a good place to eat. Take care of your email and stock up on provisions.
CORONADO ISLAND You may decide to explore a small distance north of Loreto. Coronado has a great shallow bay and the anchorage is good for overnight. There are also two great anchorages on the large island of
CARMEN You could choose to sail over to Carmen on Sunday, visit Loreto on Monday and then sail back to Puerto Escondido. Consult the charts and cruising guides. Base your choice on the weather or talk to some of the other yachters.
TUESDAY, DAY 10 time to head south.
AGUA VERDE If you didnt get a chance to go ashore the last time, do it now.
WEDNESDAY, DAY 11
SAN FRANCISCO or CALETA SAN EVARISTO potentially one of the finest sales on this leg.
With the wind at your backs, youll be making 8 or 9 knots at times. While its a long sail, it should be a great one. Remember to put out those fishing lines!
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