SAILORSRUN SAY’S GOODBYE TO MEXICO-APRIL 2015

Sailors Run Says Goodbye to Mexico /April 2015. After nearly a year and a half it’s now time to leave beautiful Mexico’s great anchorages, the great food and fine friendly people. Our stop in Acapulco has been a great experience, as we found a mooring ball for $200 pesos a night, about 13-dollars.   We…

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Sailors Run reporting in from Santiago Bay/Manzanillo, Mexico. 2/26/15

                    Sailors Run reporting in from Santiago Bay/Manzanillo, Mexico. 2/26/15.           “What a Life”, we are pretty sure it doesn’t get much better than what we have been experiencing lately. The weather has been perfect; the Beach here in Santiago/Manzanillo has lots to…

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BARRA DE NAVIDAD-2015

Christmas came and went, along with many great social gatherings with friends and sailors from all parts of the world. The tree trimming party was truly special at Russell and Lorie’s in La Cruz, where the cruising community and many land lubbers all joined in the Christmas spirit and cheer that was most abundant on…

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THE CLOCK IS COUNTING DOWN FOR SAILORS RUN AND CREW

    The Clock is counting down for Sailors Run and Crew. Dec. 2014. Debbie and I have been very much enjoying our time here in Mazatlan, at the Mazatlan Marina. I’m pretty sure if Sailors Run had a voice she would say she loves the long showers with lots of soap and water to…

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Sea of Cortez Final Adventure for 2014

Sea of Cortez Final Adventure for 2014 I must admit after cruising 2200NM this summer in the Sea of Cortez, I might just be suffering a little post hurricane “Odile” shock syndrome. We have had two more hurricanes since then, and one of them found me at anchor in Willard Bay, a true hurricane hole,…

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SAILORS RUN’S SEA OF CORTEZ PART-3 AUGUST/SEPT, 2014 ADVENTURE

        You can sail mainland Mexico with very little regards to the weather during the winter season as basically there is no weather that will harm you, but a summer in the sea will do a great deal for sharpening your skills at interoperating the weather  that so controls your life up…

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Sailors Run’s Sea of Cortez part-2 July 26 2014

Sailors Run Sea of Cortez Part-2 July 26 2014 When we visited last I was trying to find out if I actually owned 20,000 shares in the Rosalia mine, well !guess what I do. The really good news about this is the shares have already increased 20% in value so we will see how long…

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Sailors Run Checking in from the Sea of Cortez 6-28-14

           My departure from Mazatlan Marina was a true “cluster F!!K”.  Now you know I changed those steering cables and you would think that was a good thing right, Hmmmm!  Well !at day break solo sailor Jeff dropped the mighty Sailors run into reverse and backed clear of the slip. It…

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Hurricane watch on Sailor’s Run 6/5/2014

It’s that time of year again and this Hurricane season seems to be starting fast.  So far nothing has raised havoc here in Marina Mazatlan. There was a Hurricane to the south that was coming up the coast but has gone ashore south of Acapulco, just prior to me flying in to Mazatlan. I’m busy…

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Sailors Run’s 5-Star Day 5/17/2014

Every once in awhile it just happens you have a great day and May-17th was just such a day. Now that’s not to say that the days leading up to the 17th were nearly so shiny. I had been in San Francisco with my son Daniel for the past ten days trying to finalize the…

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