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more adult-oriented pleasures after the sun goes down. Sunset cruises around Land’s End offer Mexican dinner specialties and an open bar, while weekend adults-only Blow Outs feature games, contests, and dancing 9 p.m.–midnight. Those prone to mal de mer will appreciate the doublehulled stability of EcoCat (624-157-4685), a luxurious French-built catamaran that provides smooth rides on its snorkel and sunset cruises. Highlights include the Tres Bahia Extreme tour, which offers colorful snorkeling opportunities in three separate bays. Explore fish-rich sites like Sand Falls and Pelican Rock in Cabo San Lucas Bay, as well as the pristine waters of Bahia and Chileno bays along the Tourist Corridor that connects Cape cities Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Cabo Sails (624-355-6386) offers a decidedly different experience than the party-hearty power cruisers so prevalent in local waters. Not in the mood for pulsing dance music and the throb of diesel engines? How about the feel of wind in your hair, the taste of champagne and salt spray, and the siren song of the sea? Lovers of leisurely day trips and sophisticated pleasures may sign up for private snorkel, dive, and sunset tours aboard one of Cabo Sails’ elegant sailboats. Cruises can accommodate up to 20 guests and include sand- What were already world-class conditions for fishing, diving, surfing, and a host of other water-based activities are even better than usual. And we still have all that other scenery, too: towering cacti, the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range, golden beaches, and the unique granite rock formations at Land’s End. So don’t sweat it. There are plenty of ways to keep cool this summer. Here we list five favorites. Sail Away The Cabo San Lucas Marina is the center of the city in nearly every sense, save geographical. Not only is it the entry point for hundreds of thousands of cruise ship passengers each year but the boardwalk has also become a key shopping and dining destination. And, of course, it’s where the boats are. Buccaneer Queen (624-144-4217) is one of the marina’s most identifiable tour providers, largely because it’s the only local boat that looks as if it could have sailed the Spanish Main. The impressive pirate ship is a family favorite during morning and afternoon sails—when sword fights and snorkel tours to Chileno Bay are the order of the day—but provides SUMMER 2014 | LOS CABOS MAGAZINE 39


Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014
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