LEARN TO SAIL IN THE SEA OF CORTEZ, LA PAZ, MEXICO
Want to learn how to sail? Why not do it in one of the top sailing destinations in the world? Jacques Cousteau called the Sea of Cortez “The Aquarium of the World,” and for good reason. Our training ground is the stunning Isla Espiritu Santo, Bahía de La Paz and the La Paz peninsula, a favorite bareboat and skippered charter destination. With more than a dozen beautiful anchorages and a distinct lack of crowds, La Paz, the Sea of Cortez and Isla Espiritu Santo comprise an enchanting destination and make a great place to learn to sail. No wonder it is one of the top ten sailing destinations in the world.
COURSES TAUGHT BY OUR EXCELLENT INSTRUCTOR
With over twenty years of sailing experience, our instructor, Jim Fuller, has the skills and experience to help anyone learn how to sail. If you are having trouble in a particular area he will find a way to help you understand and master it. Our small class size is designed to ensure that each student get as much attention and practical experience as needed to complete the course requirements. But not only will you complete the ASA course components, you will learn how to apply what you have learned to future situations. Jim is passionate about sailing and intimately familiar with the Sea of Cortez. Not only will you learn a lot you will have fun doing so.
Our fleet consists of four sailboats that we share with GoBaja Charters. Our boats are available for both bareboat charter and sailing courses. They are: a Morgan 41 Out Island Ketch, a 38 Catalina sloop, a 34 Cal sloop, and a Catalina 22 sloop. Visit the About Our Boats page for more detail on each boat or visit our sister company’s website at GoBaja Charters/SeaScape Charters.