Destination Area: Pacific Coast, U.S. to Central America
Length: 13 NIGHTS
Vessel: Seaward


Departs:

San Pedro, California on January 4, 2019

Returns:

San Jose Del Cabo (disembark) on January 17, 2019


Adult fare is $1,600 per person, including food and beverages.

For more information call us toll free at 1-877-882-4395.

This is an off-shore Pacific Ocean transit down the Baja Peninsula from Los Angeles to Mexico's San Jose Del Cabo. You will participate in the navigation and sailing of the vessel.Do you have an adventurous spirit? Do you relish the idea of a hands-on sailing experience with fellow shipmates along the Pacific coast? Have you ever wanted to see firsthand the rich marine life that John Steinbeck described in The Log From the Sea of Cortez, or the rugged California coastline that Richard Henry Dana sailed in Two Years before the Mast? If so, we invite you to come sail aboard 82-foot schooner SEAWARD. Grab your duffel bag, bring an adventurous spirit, and join a small group of fellow shipmates, as Schooner SEAWARD journeys south for another winter. Each leg of the journey involves exploring the bays and islands, beaches and villages of Mexico's spectacular coast. You'll learn the ways of the sea from professional mariners, discover abundant marine life, dine on fresh and delicious meals, and enjoy the true beauty of Mexico - far from the high rises and bright lights.

Seaward is a graceful & sturdy steel-hulled, staysail schooner. She is US Coast Guard-inspected, built in 1988 to the highest standards, and e ...

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  • Experience changes and latitudes and attitudes during your voyage
  • Watch whales and dolphins be your companions
  • Learn to navigate/ setting sails/ standing watch
  • Also learn about marine ecology/ science and history.

On this sea voyage you will sail 1000 miles south along the Baja California Coast. Your companions on this voyage will be whales and dolphins. You will anchor off Elephant Seal Beach on Cedros Island, visit Magdalena Bay and San Ignacio Lagoon. The later is where there are protected whale breeding grounds. You will also stop at remote beaches for picnics and shelling.

Los Angeles, California (embark)


Sailing south along Baja California Coast


Elephant Seal beach on Cedros Island (anchor)
Cedros Island is a Mexican island in the Pacific Ocean. Large sea lion colonies are found on the rocks on the west side.

Magdalena Bay (visit)


San Igacio Lagoon (visit)


Stop at remote beaches- picnic & shelling


San Jose Del Cabo (disembark)


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