Las Hadas - Late April 2015

Currently anchored in Santiago. Mexico End of April 2015
128 days at anchor.


We sailed over to Las Hadas Resort and anchored for about a week.

s\v Freedom Kirkland - Kirk, who we knew from Zihua, is here with his uncle and cousin; 
his wife already flew back to their home in Canada.  

You can see some cranes in the Port of Manzanillo behind s\v.
The port has a channel and births for the port  are behind that piece of land. 


Looking between the trees you can see s\v Elegant'sea at anchor.

You can see the marina just past the pools.

Hot oatmeal - one of our breakfast options!

SO MANY fish in the water surrounding our boat!!

s\v Nunatak,a Baba  40' we know from years past.  
This boat, along with four others, is waiting to be shipped
 back up to the Pacific Northwest..


Shipping for a 42' boat is about $13,000 USD and takes about 8 days.


s/v Nunatak will be "for sale" up in Seattle!

The owners of s\v Legacy are giving up cruising
 to be shore-based for a time.

s/v Osprey going on the ship. He tried to solo to Hawaii but it did not work out for him.


You're looking at the stern of s\v Elegant'sea, our boat 
sitting at anchor in Las Hadas Resort


s\v Elegant'sea, our boat sitting at anchor in Las Hadas Resort


                                                    All of us at Las Hadas anchorage!

                                      
A yummy pizza lunch at "Los Delfines", one of the restaurants 
on the Las Hadas Resort property.


We enjoyed a nice afternoon at the pool. The pool water is nice and warm now that it is later in the season . We stopped here on the way south and the pool was cold back in January!   Here is Keith, from s/v Nunatak.


I cleaned our bottom here. I wore the wet suit but was bouncing off the bottom as I do not have enough weight on the belt for the suit. Water is a bit cold, the pool is warm!

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