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Bahia de Banderas #275658
02/16/2022 09:11 PM
02/16/2022 09:11 PM
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Posts: 144
Canyon Lake, Texas
captbob Offline OP
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Canyon Lake, Texas
Heading to Puerta Vallarta next week and will spend a couple weeks cruising the Bay of Banderas with a buddy on his newly acquired 37' mono.
Anyone care to share experiences, recommendations or advice?


Capt. Bob
"If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home." -- James Michener
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Re: Bahia de Banderas [Re: captbob] #275659
02/16/2022 09:51 PM
02/16/2022 09:51 PM
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I've spent a fair amount of time in Puerto Vallarta, but the only sailing I've done there was on a Hobie Cat.

If you plan on picking up a slip in the marina, Victor's is a good restaurant there.

Lots of places to walk/explore/eat/shop along the Malecon and the surrounding area.

A friend of mine loves the town of Yelapa, on the south side of the bay, but I've never been.

Dan cheers

Re: Bahia de Banderas [Re: captbob] #275676
02/17/2022 09:04 AM
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We’ve not sailed there other than a day and night sail or two. I can say we enjoy staying in the Romantic Zone with the many excellent restaurants. And a sail to Yalapa would be a nice day, kinda like going back in time. And of course a stop at the Marietas islands for snorkeling.

I guess there is no forum here for other areas of Mexico like Puerto Vallarta, perhaps a new forum for the Mexican Riviera/Baja would be an option? Many popular destinations there…


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-Anthony Bourdain

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