Tag Archives: Mexico

Cruisers Robbed in Mexico

In disturbing news, Bill Lilly and his partner Judy Lang reported their Lagoon 470 Moontide was boarded by three armed men at about 2 a.m. on February 19th while they were at anchor at Caleta de Campos, Mexico where they had … Continue reading

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Mexico-Bound Cruisers Alert

Mexico has published new immigration rules, some of which apply to boats carrying passengers for hire, some of which may apply to regular old cruising boats and many of which would appear to be impractical, if not impossible, to implement. … Continue reading

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Family and Friends Search for Answers After Missing CA Man’s Boat Washes Ashore in Mexico

Unfortunately, the waters off Mexico prove to be unsafe once again. If you’re heading that way, be extra cautious. In mid-January a young house-builder and sailor, Donn Pinkney set off for an adventure sailing trip south from Dana Point in … Continue reading

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New Visa Rules for Cruising Mexico

Latitude 38 is reporting a major change in visa regulations for cruisers in Mexico. Have you experienced any new difficulties cruising in this area? Share them in the comments below. “Mexican law now states that anyone coming within 24 miles … Continue reading

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Hurricane Rina Headed Towards Mexico

Hurricane Rina is expected to hit the Yucatan Peninsula as we speak. The 17th named storm in the Atlantic was expected to gain strength on Wednesday and increase its ranking to more than a category 2 storm. After making landfall … Continue reading

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