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Isla Mujeres

Thanks for the info.
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I second funsailthekeys on the cruising guide. We went to Belize back in the spring and the guide was great.
www(dot)landfallnavigation(dot)com/-bi011.html Cruising Guide to Belize & Mexico's Caribbean Coast - 3rd Ed.[/url]

Where are you going to clear customs?
Is this your first trip?
Isla has a marina that looks good but we did not stop in Mexico.
Watch the ferries around Cozumel and Cancuun. Very fast and scarry.
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I am now in Isla Mujeres Marina del Sol."Cruising Guide To Belize And Mexico's Caribbean Coast Including Guatemala's Rio Dulce" Third Edition by Cpt Freya Rauscher is the best.This edition include Charts with GPS waypoints.
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We are planning the trip from key West to Cozumel for April 2012. Any advice for course out of dry tortuga? rhum line or cut across the current as quick as possible?
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