Mexico Yacht Charters
entertain by cruising through fiestas around the coastlines of the Pacific Ocean. Mexico’s main region for yacht charters is Baja California. The Baja California Sur area includes La Paz, with white sand beaches and private vacation charters. Trips from La Paz offer a variety of watersports from scuba diving to tubing. Wildlife excursions with dolphin and whale watching, and swimming with baby sea lions, are also parts of the La Paz yacht experience. The waters have novice to advanced sailing opportunities, and picturesque, desolate coves to anchor a yacht. Cabo San Lucas, at the tip of Baja California Sur, provides charters for snorkeling, and whale watching. Yacht under its 200-foot arch with a glass-bottom vessel and scuba to see marine life from both the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean, or take a diving charter in the Cabo clear, clean waters. The Mexican Riviera has Zihuatanejo, home to traditional Mexican culture, and is a major fishing charter location. Sunset cruises sail on its bay; see troubadours on the beaches for serenades. The annual Zihua SailFest features water and land activities for charity. Mazatlan is known for big game fishing such as marlin, mahi-mahi, tuna, and sailfish. Take a three-hour cruise of its harbor sites, or choose from several lengths of yacht charters. A Mazatlan yacht club exists at the site of a hotel located at its marina. Year-round yachting is possible in Mexico, though the best time is between spring and late in fall.