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Tour Overview

An intimate sailing cruise to remote beaches, including snorkeling with tropical fish and swimming with sea lions. The premier tour of its kind. Includes outstanding organic meals on a large and spacious catamaran with a skilled and educated crew, marine biologist, snorkel gear, wetsuits, kayaks, paddle boards, powered support boat, bottled water, beer, sodas, open bar and private bathrooms with showers.

Guarantee

If you have paid for a remote beaches excursion, and we are unable to have you into the water to swim with tropical fish, or we are turned back due to government restriction to the sea lion colony, or the Port Captain closes the Port of La Paz due to inclement weather, ocean swells, or wind gusts, we will immediately provide you with an alternative date that works within your travel plans. If that does not work for you, we will issue you a fully assignable, three-year cash certificate that may be used the same as cash for any future activities aboard Baja Cat, Island Cat, Lucky One, or Pacifica.

Why We Are The Premier Option

Exclusive private yacht.

Not a tour boat​!

You may bring your own cameras!

Large, spacious, sailing catamaran

Half-Day, Full-Day and Overnight Charters

Marine Biologist as teacher, hostess and guide

Attendant dive boat for easy access

Educated, professional, english-speaking crew

Many areas for relaxation

Personal Service

Chef on board

Local farm fresh vegetables and fruits brought daily

Two meals included

Snacks, bottled water, soft drinks and beer

Open Bar

Fresh water showers

Private Bathrooms

Freshly laundered towels

Clean, new snorkel equipment

Snorkel vests (as opposed to bulky life jackets)

Wetsuits included

T shirts, Sweatshirts and Hats

Quality ground transportation with video

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Award

Attentive Reservations Team

Video

On Board

Private bathrooms

Showers

Full galley

Music

Air-conditioning

Inside and outside eating and resting areas

Observation Deck

Lay-out Deck

Trampolines
(Lay-out nets, NOT for jumping)
 

Ground Transportation

Typically, guests are picked up directly from the lobby entrance of their hotel or resort, but not always. Depending on a number of factors, guests may be requested to meet ground transport in a central location.

Boat Info

Captain, engineer, hostess, and chef

Chef prepared meals

Sodas and beer

Open bar

Full array of safety equipment

Powered dinghies

Two paddle boards

Two kayaks

Snorkel gear in various sizes

Portable seats, layout cushions, outdoor pillows and beach awnings.

Comfortable indoor and outdoor seating and lay-out areas

Full galley-kitchen

Inside air conditioning

Sleeps 4 in 2 cabins

2 Queen Cabins

Additional sleeping arrangements available

2 complete bathrooms

Space for up to 30 day-time guests

Swim steps and stainless ladder for easy access to water

Ice and purified water

Beach towels

Adolfo

Adolfo is a Master Captain and yacht mechanic. He was captain of the 96`Pacifica cruising yacht for 13 years. He operates all types of vessels including Sports Fishers. Bi-lingual, he has extensive experience in the yachting industry.

Mariana

Mariana is a graduate Marine Biologist and Padi Master Scuba Dive Trainer. (PADI MSDT # 312632) Mariana is Baja Charter's primary hostess, teacher, and snorkel instructor.

Jesus

Jesus is a licensed, certified yacht captain. He has worked as a large yacht engineer for fourteen years. Jesus is in charge of yacht maintenance for Baja Charters. He has a friendly disposition, and is a highly competent seaman.

Maritza

Maritza is a marine biologist and whale shark expert. For six years she was in charge of whale shark research and conservation in La Paz for an NGO. She has her Mexican Seabook, is a Padi diver, and expert snorkel leader.

Jon

Jon is a master chef working aboard yachts for eight years. He is a talented chef, competent deckhand, and all around nice guy. Literally, everyone loves the amazing things he produces from the ship's galley.

Leo

Leo is a skilled, licensed, and certified deckhand. He is a capable tour guide, and loves both scuba and free-diving. He is a sea lion whisperer! Leo is multilingual, fun, and friendly.

 6:45 AM

Leave Los Cabos (Bottled Water on Board)

7:30 AM

Stop in Pescadero (Coffee-Bathroom Break)

8:45 AM

Arrive at Marina Palmira

9:00 AM

Cruise Departure

2:30 PM

Return to Dock

3:45 PM

Hotel California in Todos Santos (Bathroom Break)

5:00 PM

Arrive in Los Cabos

Pricing

Adult
All Inclusive

$ 285 per person

    Child under 12
    All Inclusive

    $ 185 per person

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      We Sponsor

      Mar Libre

      is a non-profit, conservation and educational program focused on the restoration of reefs and mangroves in the Sea of Cortez. This is a volunteer organization with NO PAID personal. Each month, RNAM coordinates, directs, and participates in cleaning beaches, reefs, sea lion colonies, and mangroves. Volunteer marine biologists, divers, surfers, kayakers, paddle board enthusiasts and ocean lovers of every type, participate in these projects. Baja Cat is a RNAM sponsoring partner, providing funding, resources and personal, in support of these worthy projects.

      Cabo Pulmo Reef Preservation

      In 1995, an underwater national park was formed by the Mexican government at the request of the fishing families of the tiny village of Cabo Pulmo. Since then, no fishing or anchoring has been allowed. The reef sprung back to life in an amazing way. Fish returned, spawned, and grew to maturity in huge numbers, along with turtles, dolphins, sea lions, and sharks. Coral and sea life have become incredibly abundant. In addition to the fee Baja Charters pays to the National Park for every guest who visits with us, we also make a donation to the Cabo Pulmo Welcome Center for reef preservation for each of our customers. 

      Leave No Trace

      Baja Charters is a contributing partner to the Leave No Trace association, and actively promotes its outdoor ethics programs.

      Rescatando Nuestros Arrecifes y Manglares

      Environmental education. In addition to “hands-on” clean up, RNAM, provides marine science educational instruction in schools throughout Baja Sur. Recently, over 1,000 students were taught how to preserve habitat and reduce pollution in a single month. Baja Charters provides resources and direct experiential interaction for teachers and professors supporting environmental instruction and hosts an annual all day private charter for the top-performing 25 educators in this area.

      Project Aware

      Project AWARE is a global movement for ocean protection powered by a community of adventurers. We connect the passion for ocean adventure with the purpose of marine conservation to create lasting change. Baja Charters has adopted a snorkel and dive site for continual clean-up and preservation.

      Los Cabos Humane Society

      Los Cabos Humane Society rescues and finds homes for dogs and cats. Don't buy, adopt! 

      About Us

      Yacht Charters, Excursions, Liveaboard

      Baja Charters provides PREMIER Private Charters, Public Excursions, and Liveaboard exploratory cruises. Five-star rated we are NOT a typical tour company. We provide a private yacht experience with first class service and amenities. No one does it like we do for anything close to our prices.

      Guests visit beautiful isolated locations experienced by only the fortunate few. Baja Charters provides ALL INCLUSIVE cruising to remote coves and beaches on the inside Sea of Cortez. This is the area famously known as the World’s Aquarium. According to Nature.Org, the inside Sea of Cortez is the second most biologically diverse marine environment on the planet. An intimate cruise features snorkeling with an array of tropical fish over shallow tropical reefs, swimming with sea lions, or whale sharks in season, strolling remote beaches, exploring, paddle boarding, kayaking, scuba, etc.

      Baja Charters provides quality chef-prepared meals on board with an open bar, served by a skilled and educated crew. A marine biologist is typically your hostess and snorkel leader. Everything is included: snorkel gear, wet suits, kayaks and paddleboards, along with an assist boat for getting up close to sea life in its natural environment. Reef-friendly sunscreen, bottled water, beer, sodas, and a variety of snacks are all provided, along with private bathrooms, fresh towels, and private showers. Join us, for the Experience of a Lifetime.

      Listed below are a number of websites addressing various nautical adventures.

      Contact

      Phone:

      US:
      214-974-0501  (English Only) 
      Mexico:

      (52) 624-128-5666 (Spanish, English, German)
      (52) 612-152-9940 (English)

      Email:

      info@bajacharters.com

      Address:

      Blvd. Marina Plaza de La Danza
      Local 1A, Centro, Marina, 23450
      Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico

      Yacht location at
      Marina Palmira 
      in La Paz:

      Carretera a Pichilingue Km. 2.5,
      Colonia Lomas de Palmira,
      23010 La Paz, Baja California Sur

      Driving Instructions

      Coming from anywhere along the Cabo corridor, the easiest way to the boat and Marina Palmira is to take Highway 1 to Todos Santos. Go around Todos Santos via the Bypass road and continue on to La Paz. If you are coming from Los Barriles, take the road to La Paz, it will merge into the main road coming from Cabo.

      When you reach La Paz, continue on the main road. Turn left at 5 February. Proceed straight towards the bay. At the last signal turn right. You are now on Alvaro Obregon, which in about a mile will run parallel to the bay along the Malecon. (The "Malecon," in any Spanish-speaking area, means roughly: the esplanade along the water’s edge.)

      Continue along the beach road about two miles until you see Marina Palmira on your left. At this point, the road is divided. If you miss the first turn in, you must pass the marina ever so slightly, in order to take the one-lane turnaround. Cross the street and go directly into the parking area. There is a slight fee for daily parking at the north end of the marina. The parking is free at the south end of the marina, closest to the boat. Both areas are safe and well protected. The sailing catamaran is on Dock 5, Slip 21. The gate is located right in front of Palmira Waterfront Hotel Restaurant. You will be met at the ramp gate and taken to the boat.

       Listed below are a number of websites
      addressing various nautical adventures

      Come Sportfishing with us!

      As we all know, the fishing doesn't get any better than Baja. Our captain knows where the fish are and our Sportfisher is equipped for one heck of a good time. What are you waiting for? Give us a call!

      Life was made for this

      The Aquarium of the World awaits! Let's go! Baja Pacifica and crew are ready. Come swim in the abundant waters of the Sea of Cortez and interact with sea lions, turtles, manta rays, giant mantas, dolphins and a whole cast of friendly colored fish.

      Enjoying every second


      Charter our most popular yacht! And it's popular for a reason. Boasting a ton of space to hang out, both indoors and outdoors, Baja Cat, let's you breathe! Come play, explore, or just sit back and take it all in! 

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