|I wonder what that storage|
|2012 - 62 foot Sunreef Catamaran ($1mm)|
|We are here, let's check it out.|
And start working on the sea legs.
|2 days to get checked in|
0) CHECK OUT OF YOUR LAST PORT.
1) Capitania de Puerto, bring Zarpe, Crew List, Ownership papers, passport, 5 plus copies of everything
2) Migracion (Immigration), give passports
3) Bank to pay immigration taxes $32 usd (normally one of the taxes included in your flight to anywhere)
4) Get Migracion stamp
5) Agriculture check, may or may not need fumigation.
6) Aduana, likely need to bring the agent to the boat.
7) Pay about $500 usd.
8) Get 10 year Tourist Permit for the Boat in Cancun.
|Great spot, Part of the Wyndham Co.|
|You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here|
|And Captain Arthur was gone|
|Got to have a sign, so drunk people |
know where they are.
|Amazing lighting under a boat in the marina|
|Dinner strip in North Isla|
|More North town strip|
|Tikin Xic at Compadres|
|I think every night ended|
like this in Isla
|Free Coconut from the landscapers at|
Marina Puerto Isla Mujeres
|La Mexicana chickens|
|These girls are buried in laundry every day|
|Chicken at the beach|
seemed like a good idea.
A little tricky, wouldn't
do it every day, but good!
|Decided to make my own bulldog.|
|The $24 sneeze of|
|Dancing at Poc-Na Beach Bar|
|All that was left of the |
Tikin Xic today. Should be
ordered hours ahead.
|The boys setting up for some big time live music|
|Looks ok, but for $60 usd a night|
and views of the concrete laundry
area and hallway. Not great.
|And dirty! 5 mins there.|
|If you walk to the end of the hallway|
What a view!
|Hotel location. Lots of golf carts|
on the island.
|Here's where the space is|
|Check out that Palapa|
|Some local ladies practicing a dance|
|Like Melrose Place|
|Never did get in on the|
6 shot set up