The Sea of Cortez off the southern shores of Cabo San Lucas is a tourist's paradise. Sailing Mexico is a memorable and rewarding experience to immerse yourself in the magical & refreshing environment, feeling the salt, and seeing so many colorful tropical views. Respecting and conserving this fragile environment is very important to us. We avoid touching or feeding marine life and littering or leaving anything behind other than footprints in the sand. Memories and photos are the only souvenirs we take home.
• 38 feet long, 12 feet wide
• Yanmar Marine 34 HP
• Mainsail + 110% Genoa furling sail
• Lunch & snacks
• Unlimited international bar
• Snorkeling gear & towels
• Life jackets
• Light fishing gear
• Wet Suits (Winter)
• Paddle-board / Kayak (Upon request)
• Maximum of 12 guests
• Swimming shower
• Swimming platform
• Shaded cockpit / padded cabin top
• 1 bathroom
RATES: (3 hours private cruise)
• Up to 4 pax: $679 USD
• Additional Adults (5th guests and more): $96 USD per person
• Additional Children 5-12 years (5th guest and more): $48 USD per kid
• Infant up to 5 years: For free
Prices will vary by season and duration. Please inquire directly through "Message Owner" for exact pricing.
Usually this boat operates around Cabo San Lucas, MX.
If you’re interested in planning a sailing trip in Mexico, the west coast is a good place to start. Located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, you will find plenty of things to do in Cabo San Lucas, from boat tours to private yacht rentals. This area of Mexico is particularly well-known for its beaches, water activities, and nightlife, so it’s not surprising that boating enthusiasts flock to locations such as Cabo San Lucas all year round.
Thanks to Cabo’s geographic location, the city boasts consistently sunny days and warm winters, though the best time to plan a Cabo boat tour is from June to July, and October to December. However, even outside the high season you will be blessed with comfortable temperatures, which will allow you to take advantage of all the wonderful and exciting things to do by boat in and around Cabo San Lucas.
Also referred to as Los Cabos San Lucas, or Cabo for short, this resort city is located right beside San Jose del Cabo, another popular tourist destination which is well serviced by local airports. The heat and dry conditions are enough to attract the crowds in themselves, but there are plenty of other things to do in Cabo San Lucas other than catch the sun rays. At Sailo we’re excited to share our top ocean-based experiences, whether you’re planning a full Cabo boat tour or are just interested in one of Cabo’s multiple private yacht rentals on offer at the city’s harbor.