Navigating Baja – Dispatch #3 Bringing Hawaiian Sailing to Mexico

  A ten-day adventure along the Sea of Cortez in Baja California, Mexico.

A ten-day adventure along the Sea of Cortez in Baja California, Mexico.

From the National Geographic Series Navigating Baja
Originally Posted by Austin Kino of Hokule'a Voyage in The Adventurists on March 26, 2015
Travelling with Adventurists Max Lowe, Austin Kino, Hayden Peters and Catherine Yrisarri.
A ten-day adventure along the Sea of Cortez in Baja California, Mexico.

“In the dry cactus filled landscape of northern Baja, the hum of a diesel truck echoes as it begins to tow a carefully packed load into the desert sun. This trailer in tow has made it here all the way from the Hawaiian island of Kauai via Santa Cruz, California. Just before we leave every person scrambles throughout the compound residence for their last minute gear—sunglasses, hats, radios—no one is sure what he or she will need for the day’s activity. As we pile into the assortment of vehicles, those who don’t welcome the possibility of getting stuck quickly make a dash for the truck with four-wheel drive. Finally the caravan is underway as we make the ten-minute trek through two arrojos and power through the last hundred feet of unpacked sand to reach our destination at the edge of the Vermilion Sea, also known as the Sea of Cortez”— Austin Kino

See the video at National Geographic Adventure-
http://adventureblog.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/26/navigating-baja-bringing-hawaiian-sailing-to-mexico-dispatch-3/