Mexico Yacht Charter

FRANK GRZESZCZAK INTERNATIONAL YACHT GROUP

Mexico Yacht Charter
The Pacific coast of Mexico offers several different charter yacht itineraries that combine world-class offshore fishing and spectacular sunsets with delicious cuisine and vibrant nightlife where you can dance to a Latin beat until dawn.

Baja

The Baja peninsula runs for more than 1,000 miles south of the California border to Cabo San Lucas its tip. Many charter yachts are based in this touristic town, known for its famous rock arch formation springing the sea. In addition to being one of the sportfishing capitals of the world, it also offers upscale marinas, resorts, shopping, and an international cuisine.

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is a jumping-off spot for exploring the southern Sea of Cortez by yacht. A tranquil sea of crystalline waters surrounded by a rugged desert environment, it is full of beautiful beaches and anchorages. Today, many of the islands and coves remain just as explorer Hernan Cortez would have seen them five centuries ago: untouched by civilization.

Sea of Cortez

About 100 miles north of Cabo, deep in the Sea of Cortez, is another popular yachting haven, La Paz. A modern city, it is still home to historic buildings such as the Catedral de Nuestra Senora de La Paz, built in 1861. Offshore lie a scattering of rocky isles with pretty bays and abundant marine life. Archeologists are said to have found evidence of human life on Isla Espiritu Santo as far back as 40,000 years ago.

Puerto Vallarta

Further south along the Mexico’s Pacific coast, another popular charter yacht vacation itinerary includes stops in Puerto Vallarta, Bahia Navidad, and Manzanillo. Green jungles, white sand beaches, and dramatic cliffs – you can find them all here. The best known of these cities, Puerto Vallarta, offers all the pleasures of a modern tourist mecca, including fine dining and golf.
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