GoBaja Charters - Sailboat, Powerboat, and RV Chartering in La Paz Mexico.


DANZANTE ISLAND and HONEYMOON COVE – sailing north you’ll come to
a series of small islands called Candeleros. It’s best to stick closely to the Baja side. Take the dingy to shore and climb up a little for a better view of Honeymoon Cove. You’ll love it! Look to the west above Puerto Escondido to enjoy the view of the Sierra de la Giganta mountains—the highest in Baja.
See if you can find the “gorilla” which is 5800 ft. high.

PUERTO ESCONDIDO – Take a short sail over to this area of incredible beauty (fifteen miles south of Loreto) with a relaxed feel and a safe deep water marina.
The remnants of a failed development give it the feel of a “nautical ghost town”
but there is much to see and do. It sports a small hotel, RV park, pizza restaurant and a well-stocked mini-mart with laundry facilities. Its water is the best on the Baja. Drink it without fear—it comes down from the mountains!
     A new marina with gas dock has ultra-modern port facility offices, Hidden Port Yacht Club and a wealth of local information. It’s also home to Loreto Fest, celebrated in late April or early May. It boasts great year-round fishing and if you have the equipment you can also enjoy jet skiing, water skiing, or wind surfing. Golf and tennis are available in Loreto. Nearby, mountain hiking is at its best!
     Anchor inside or outside at a place called the “waiting room.” No charge for anchorage. Access channel 16.  »

Our 41' Morgan Out Island ketch – a fun sailboat with lots of room inside and a big deck. Our 38' Cat Out Island sloop – a fun sailboat with lots of room inside and a big deck. Our 2016 Tru Yacht Catamaran is a perfect platform for up to 8 people on day-sail/snorkel trips or 6 on over-night charters. Our 44' Catamaran lets you sleep aboard Sunday through Saturday. Our 38' Luhrs powerboat with a very large cockpit & bridgedeck – Baja boat charter on the Sea of Cortez, BCS Mexico. Our 24' Class C motor home that is perfect for camjping around the Baja peninsula – Take a kayak or two and enjoy the beaches and fishing in warm water.