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02-10-2013 06:24 PM
Re: Ensenada to La Paz, Mexico

Captain Penn Wallace,

How long do you expect the voyage will last? Is it a leisure sail and sight seeing at port, or time is money, let's get to La Paz ASAP in a safe manner?

Since you cannot receive PM. It may be helpful to list you contact info on here, although it was not that hard to find .
02-10-2013 02:35 PM
Ensenada to La Paz, Mexico


I'm looking for 2-3 crew members to help sail my 56 foot Samson C-Breeze ketch, Victory, from Ensenada, Mexico to La Paz in early to mid March.

The Victory is a large, comfortable boat and a good sailor. We'll make three legs, first from Ensenada to Abreojos, then from Abreojos to Magalena Bay and finally from Mag Bay to La Paz.

This will entail a lot of overnight sailing. Bring your foul weather gear and warm clothing, it can get cold at night.

We will put on a big beach party for the fishermen at Abreojos, so come ready to help.

I will pay all of the boat costs, but ask you to share the food/drink expenses.

Sorry, but no smokers. If you're a drug user, don't even bother applying.

I'm a USCG certified captain and my first mate has been sailing since she was 4 years old. The Victory has been recently refitted and is a veteran of Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska.

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