CABO SAN LUCAS SAILING FAQ's
Q: I'M AFRAID I'LL GET SEASICK - WHAT SHOULD I DO?
A: We always recommend taking a prevention like Bonine or 24 hour Less Drowsy Dramamine one hour before departure. Don't eat a greasy breakfast - just things that are easy on your stomach, and don't drink too much the night before, and you should be just fine.
Q: CAN YOU GUARANTEE THAT WE'LL ACTUALLY GET TO SAIL?
A: If there is wind, you'll get to sail. The boats sail whenever possible, both to satisfy the customers and also to save fuel, however if there is no wind, you would just sit in one spot unless you use the motors. We can't guarantee that there will be wind, but if there is, the sails will be up.
Q: WILL WE SEE WHALES?
A: In season (December through March) it is very likely that you'll get to see whales - and imagine how close you can get without the sound of engines to scare them off! Of course, there are no guarantees, but during the rest of the year you are still likely to see the resident bottlenose dolphins, manta rays, or sea turtles of Cabo San Lucas during our sailing trips.
Q: ARE THERE RESTROOMS ON THE SAILBOATS?
A: Yes. All our sailboats have restrooms.
Q: DO YOU OFFER BAREBOAT RENTALS?
No. Like everywhere in Cabo, all of our sailing trips come with a captain,
but he'll be happy to let you play a bit if you're a sailor, or to teach you a few things about sailing if you
just aspire to be one. Bareboat rentals are only available in select countries with very easy sailing conditions
such as the British Virgin Islands or certain areas of The Bahamas. In Mexico, this option is not available.
Check out our private sailboat charters