Marina Walk Project – Puerto San Carlos

Marina Walk project – San Jose de Cabo

It’s been a while since I first started walking marina docks and posting pictures of the surrounding areas. What I started seeing around the marinas looked pretty good in pictures.  Take a look below and you decide.

First, the Western Flyer in the short three years that we’ve owned her has long termed berthed in marinas in Oregon, Washington, California and now Baja California.

Below is a mural on the side of a high end hotel just across the marina.  This dock area is where the pangas and pelicans hang out.




In my opinion, the best marina – by far, hands down – is where we are right now PUERTO LOS CABOS, about 20 or so nautical miles north of Cabo San Lucas. The worse, possibly our covered slip on Jantzen Island, near the 5 freeway overpass as it crosses Oregon and makes its way to Washington state.

Below is what we can now call our private beach.  Easy to beach the dinghy or just drop anchor and swim to shore.  Today we purchased at Costco a beach umbrella.



Our second best location and possibly a toss up is between Rocky Point marina in St Helens, Oregon and Fiddlers cove, Coronado island, San Diego.


The Western Flyer on an end tie when we first arrived.


Above, the Western Flyer in her current slip.

The most expensive and newest marina. The one we left in Los Angeles called Marina Way that is still trying to get their act together.

This time the marina less traveled is just outside the town of San Jose De Cabo.

Most people live their lives in a neighborhood they know little about.  Walking around your neighborhood may reveal art?

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The five pictures above are just a small fraction of all the art work around the marina; by the same artist.




And if you want a little more art then ride the bike to town and take a walk around the art district.