Some sail boats summering over in Marina Mazatlan

This owner says this is the first Caliber CC made.

 Beginning of July 2017 - Tied up in Marina Mazatl├ín, Mexico
Caliber CC
Now this I believe is one of the few Cal 38'.
Taken from our cockpit.
The teak along the top of the life lines is going to be a new toe rail.
The old teak one is getting replaced.
This Formosa Ketch is nicely covered for the sun and rain!
Tayana 38
Pacific Seacraft, "s\v Cool Cahange".
     Catalina Morgan 38' - s/v Caper
Ed on s/v Lorien

Picking our slip at Marina El Cid in Mazatlan for our return from summer

The Marina chart in the El Cid Dock Master's office.
So after making reservations a couple of weeks ago online we decided to go by Marina El Cid and pick a slip. Of course they did not have any record of our reservation so we did it all in person. If that works when the time comes is yet another matter but at least we tried ­čś▓
 When we get back to the boat we will be in Marina Mazatl├ín for a few days to get our sails and dingy onboard, and remove our shade from the deck. Then over to Marina El Cid for a few weeks till we start our cruise south down the Mexican Rivera and then eventually up into the Sea of Cortez for a couple months then back to Mazatl├ín for the summer..

Beginning of July 2017 - Tied up in Marina Mazatlán, Mexico
When we come back for the winter cruising season we will, within a few days, move from Marina Mazatl├ín over to Marina El Cid. We are hoping our spot is available ­čśÄ ?
Ok which one do you like?
There are more empty slips but we are just showing a few.