Cabo Sails – LCM 54 Summer 2021

We specialize in sailing snorkeling and whale-watching eco-tours while doing our part to protect our beautiful and fragile environment. We’ve always been concerned about how we’re impacting the environment. We decided to do something about it.

Our mission is to eliminate waste in pollution in our operation. Being on the water doesn’t mean you’re environmentally friendly. You gotta be very cautious about it.


Creating Experiences.

That’s what they all say. But they don’t mean it. They’re not committed to it.
We realized a few years ago that our busi-ness was creating experiences, it always has been. Once we realized it, it permeated the whole organization.

We’re committed. Committed to the clientele and to the sea. When you passionately believe in something money doesn’t matter. No pinching pennies.

We try harder every day, it’s about doing more, going a mile more after you’ve gone the extra mile.
It’s not a speech. It’s a promise. It’s what makes me come to work every day. Few deliver. We do.

It’s somehow inherent in the culture. The Mexican isn’t detail-oriented. In our devotion to the details, we make a difference. We get to give more to our clients. We don’t just give a tour.
Every morning the staff meeting is carried out and we go over every detail of the tours. Allergies, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Repeating Clients, etc. We designed the tour accordingly.

Amphitheater of the Bay

The wonderful bay, the sea, the sky, the mountains. It’s the pride of my home.

If you go to Paris you have to go up The Eiffel Tower. If you come to Cabo you have to go out on a boat.

From the curved coastal line of the bay, the Baja begins to ascend and the square build-ings look like staggered steps of an endless amphitheater crowned by the visible tip of its highest most point of the Baja, El Pica-cho De la Sierra La Laguna towering at over 6000ft above sea level. The bay is the stage. We out at sea are the protagonists.

Inspire the competition.

We want to inspire those around us, the future is in taking care of what we have. We hope to see others take a step towards making a difference. Towards sustainability. It’s not about being perfect, it’s about at least trying. We want to strive for harmony. When I started two-stroke engines were what you could get. They’re very dirty engines. There was a time where that was the only option, spilling oil and fuel into the sea. As soon as the four-stroke engine was a possibility we invested in the upgrade. Back then we were the first to use four-stroke engines in the bay. In due time we upgraded the entire fleet with 4 stroke high-efficiency engines. Today we have the first electric engine boat in the bay.

We spent over a year researching the most advanced technology to convert a diesel power sailboat to a 100% ecofriendly solar-powered vessel; Saving almost 90 thousand liters of Diesel that would have generated 200 thousand kg of carbon dioxide into the air, and challenged ourselves by

Eliminating the use of all plas-tic cups and straws adding up to around 1079kg.
14 years running, following through with its zero waste promise on all of our vessels.

“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This is the divine mystery supreme. A wonderful thing it is and the source of our happiness. We need not wait to see what others do.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Our new goal is to replace all of our engines with electric engines. We’re doing our best to protect the environment.
Even a small organization like ourselves can make a big impact.