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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-17-2003 03:52 PM
loki
San Francisco to Baja

Sugest you pick up some issues of "Latitude 38" published in your area. They discuss the trip often.
02-16-2003 03:12 PM
paulk
San Francisco to Baja

Reading Dana''s "Two Years Before The Mast" might be apropos, before you set out.
02-16-2003 07:08 AM
jklewissf
San Francisco to Baja

you can get to southern california without spending a single night at sea if you wish. It can be a nice way to start a cruise without driving to hard right out of the chute...The anchorages/ harbors are Halfmoom Bay, Santa Cruz, Stillwater cove, San Simeon, Moro bay, Avila beach, and lots more below point conception. Not all are good in strong southerly conditions.

Wait until the weather will be stable (and favorable) for a couple of days before you head south of Monterey. The jump from stillwater to san simeon is the longest of the trip to point conception.
02-15-2003 09:25 PM
jettygirl
San Francisco to Baja

sorry , no advise .......
except to enjoy every moment

longing to be back on board
01-06-2003 06:30 PM
anneminix
San Francisco to Baja

if you would like a unseasoned sailor to sail with i would love the experence. sailed for three years , three courers in sailing. not been of shore. if interested please email for more info. david t minix
12-12-2002 07:49 AM
merdol
San Francisco to Baja

Planning a trip from SF to Baja in late February. Any advice?

 
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