Sunday, June 3, 2012

Bahia San Marte – May 26 – June 1, 2012

‘Just a Minute’ is in San Marte, so Full Shell and us headed 20 miles south to meet them. Since we are just hanging around in the sea for the summer, we are no hurry to get anyplace north yet. We aren’t sure how long ‘Just a Minute’ plans to stay this summer, as their boat is for sale and they are going back to the states.
'Full Shell' Sailing to San Marte

'Just a Minute' in San Marte

After anchoring, the guys went snorkeling and the girls walked the beach looking for shells. Our first evening was spent on Full Shell with cocktails and sushi prepared by ‘Just a Minute’. It was delicious.
Sushi at Sea
After hanging around in this calm anchorage for almost a week, Full Shell decided to head north. We stayed a few more days and enjoyed a dinghy trip to the sea cave at Ensenada la Ballena, a couple of miles south from here. It is so big, we took both dinghy’s into the cave. Snorkeling around this area is amazing. We planned to move the big boats down here to do some diving, but the south wind came up, so we are heading north.
The Sea Cave at Ensenada la Ballena
The Cave Entrance

Going into the Cave

Pam and Rick inside the Sea Cave

Outside of the Sea Cave

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