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🇲🇽 Monte Albán - Oaxaca, Mexico

🇲🇽 Monte Albán is a large archaeological UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The site is located on a low mountainous range rising above the plain in the central section of the Valley of Oaxaca. Located at 17°02.7833 N 096°45.9533 W

The partially excavated civic-ceremonial center of the Monte Albán site is situated atop an artificially leveled ridge. It has an elevation of about 1,940 m (6,400 ft) above mean sea level and rises some 400 m (1,300 ft) from the valley floor, in an extremely defensible location. In addition to the monumental core, the site is characterized by several hundred artificial terraces, and a dozen clusters of mounded architecture covering the entire ridgeline and surrounding flanks. 

 

The monumental center of Monte Albán is the Main Plaza, which measures approximately 300 meters by 200 meters. The site's main civic-ceremonial and elite-residential structures are located around it or in its immediate vicinity. 

It was not until 1931 that large-scale scientific excavations were undertaken, under the direction of Mexican archaeologist Alfonso Caso.  Over the following eighteen years excavations of large sections within the monumental core of the site revealed Much of what is visible today and is open to the public.

It was not until 1931 that large-scale scientific excavations were undertaken, under the direction of Mexican archaeologist Alfonso Caso. Over the following eighteen years excavations of large sections within the monumental core of the site revealed Much of what is visible today and is open to the public.

Symmetry was not a major concern for the layout of Monte Albán plaza. Although the angles within the plaza are not perfect 90-degree corners, the plaza appears to be a rectangle without actually being so. The structures are not laid out in a symmetrical fashion, as the distances between the structures vary greatly from building to building. Construction methods used for orientation changed as Monte Albán expanded.   Thick walls were often used in construction, as well as sloped sides when constructing tall / larger structures. 

Besides being one of the earliest cities of Mesoamerica, Monte Albán was important for nearly one thousand years as the pre-eminent Zapotec socio-political and economic center. Founded toward the end of the Middle Formative period at around 500 BC  Monte Albán had become the capital of a large-scale expansionist polity that dominated much of the Oaxacan highlands and interacted with other Mesoamerican regional states.  The city was largely abandoned after 800 AD. Small-scale reoccupation, opportunistic reuse of earlier structures and tombs, and ritual visitations marked the archaeological history of the site into the Colonial period.

 

 

The monumental center of Monte Albán is the Main Plaza, which measures approximately 300 meters by 200 meters. The site's main civic-ceremonial and elite-residential structures are located around it or in its immediate vicinity. Lucky Chucky

Visible from anywhere in the central part of the Valley of Oaxaca, these impressive ruins of Monte Albán attracted visitors and explorers throughout the colonial and modern eras. 

 

To get there stay at Marina Chahue in Huatulco Mexico and rent a car to visit Oaxaca and stay at any of the local hotels such as the reasonable priced 5 star Victoria Hotel - take an early 30 minute drive up the hillside to get on site early and beat the crowds and daily limits of 400 visitors during Covid

Entry fess in Dec. 2020:  80MXD ~ 4 USD pp

 

Monte Albán is a large archaeological site in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The site is located on a low mountainous range rising above the plain in the central section of the Valley of Oaxaca. Located at 17°02.7833 N 096°45.9533 W

 

It's a 6 1/2 hour drive via route 175 to get to Oaxaca from Marina Chahue - on the way back take route 190 via Mitla and the Mexcal epicenter of Oaxaca.

 

It's a 6 1/2 hour drive vi route 175 to get to Oaxaca from Marina Chahue - on the way back take route 190 via Mitla and the Mexcal epicenter of Oaxaca.

Carinthia Crew Jay and Ho'Okipa tagging the Panama Posse 

Coming out of the TOMB


Climbing the Eastern Stairs

MA Symmetry was not a major concern for the layout of Monte Albán plaza. Although the angles within the plaza are not perfect 90-degree corners, the plaza appears to be a rectangle without actually being so. The structures are not laid out in a symmetrical fashion, as the distances between the structures vary greatly from building to building. Construction methods used for orientation changed as Monte Albán expanded. Thick walls were often used in construction, as well as sloped sides when constructing tall / larger structures.

 

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SY orion has their panama posse burgee

SY ORION Patrick & Lisa   part of the south bound GOLD RUNNERS 💰  pod heading from Florida towards Panama  

Anchored off Puerto Morelos last night, in 12 feet of water. Was a bit bumpy, as there  was only a shallow reef between us and the Western Caribbean. Nice place for a short stop, but wouldn’t want to be here in a blow from the North or East. Moved to the El CID Marina 2 miles to the south. Already cheap at $1 per foot, but going for the Panama Posse 20% discount!
 

Anchored off Puerto Morelos last night
Orion

 

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a very difficult to catch Golden Striped Snapper I spearfished a week ago

Here they are....attached....I also added a wonderful and very difficult to catch Golden Striped Snapper I spearfished a week ago.

Regards

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SV LADY BLUES

 
a wonderful Golden Striped Snapper
 Here they are....attached. Golden Striped Snapper

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The following document outlines best practices and security concerns in 
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This document has been shared with various government agencies and represent a process by which vessels can organize into convoys.

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View the Security document please follow this link >>

To express your convoy interest please email security@panamaposse.com with your vessel name - please review the security document first.

  

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PANAMA POSSE pods based on your cruising plans
 
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Based on seasonal gathering spots here are the "sub pods" with line calls after the 
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 (great suggestion Eric Sprezzatura)  

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PICTURE OF THE WEEK 

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Kenneth and Dale - Riverrafting
SLOW DANCER ARRIVED IN JAMAICA !

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WEEKLY PICTURES

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WEEKLY PICTURES

MY HO'OKIPA at anchor, sunrise underway and a yellowfin tuna 

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Holiday wishes from Hawai'i

Rick & Maria

SY PILIALOHA Wishing happy holidays

 

 
 

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SYO2 hunting down the Internet from a DINGHY

 

SYO2 hunting down the Internet from a DINGHY
 

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Rainbow at view and view of anchorage

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MY TENNIE ANN at anchor

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Michael & Tamara
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WEEKLY PICTURES

CARINTHIA facing fog near Puerto Angel, MX

 

 

CARINTHIA facing fog near Puerto Angel
 

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Xmas Decorations and Sunset 

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Stephen & Ana Veronica in Marina Chahue getting their burgee and 2019-2020 swag
Stephen & Ana Veronica in Marina
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SHORE TRIP EXCURSION TO OAXACA 

MONTE ALBAN HISTORIC SITE 
FROM MARINA CHAHUE

 

Monte Albán is a large  archaeological site in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The site is located on a low mountainous range rising above the plain in the central section of the Valley of Oaxaca. Located at 17°02.7833 N  096°45.9533 W

MONTE ALBAN    

 

The partially excavated civic-ceremonial center of the Monte Albán site is situated atop an artificially leveled ridge. It has an elevation of about 1,940 m (6,400 ft) above mean sea level and rises some 400 m (1,300 ft) from the valley floor, in an extremely defensible location. In addition to the monumental core, the site is characterized by several hundred artificial terraces, and a dozen clusters of mounded architecture covering the entire ridgeline and surrounding flanks. 

To get there stay at Marina Chahue in Huatulco Mexico and rent a car to visit Oaxaca and stay at any of the local hotels such as the reasonable priced 5 star Victoria Hotel

The monumental center of Monte Albán is the Main Plaza, which measures approximately 300 meters by 200 meters. The site's main civic-ceremonial and elite-residential structures are located around it or in its immediate vicinity. 

Visible from anywhere in the central part of the Valley of Oaxaca, these impressive ruins of Monte Albán attracted visitors and explorers throughout the colonial and modern eras.

It was not until 1931 that large-scale scientific excavations were undertaken, under the direction of Mexican archaeologist Alfonso Caso.  Over the following eighteen years excavations of large sections within the monumental core of the site revealed Much of what is visible today and is open to the public.

It was not until 1931 that large-scale scientific excavations were undertaken, under the direction of Mexican archaeologist A

Symmetry was not a major concern for the layout of Monte Albán plaza. Although the angles within the plaza are not perfect 90-degree corners, the plaza appears to be a rectangle without actually being so. The structures are not laid out in a symmetrical fashion, as the distances between the structures vary greatly from building to building. Construction methods used for orientation changed as Monte Albán expanded.   Thick walls were often used in construction, as well as sloped sides when constructing tall / larger structures. 

The monumental center of Monte Albán is the Main Plaza, which measures app

Besides being one of the earliest cities of Mesoamerica, Monte Albán was important for nearly one thousand years as the pre-eminent Zapotec socio-political and economic center. Founded toward the end of the Middle Formative period at around 500 BC  Monte Albán had become the capital of a large-scale expansionist polity that dominated much of the Oaxacan highlands and interacted with other Mesoamerican regional states.  The city was largely abandoned after 800 AD. Small-scale reoccupation, opportunistic reuse of earlier structures and tombs, and ritual visitations marked the archaeological history of the site into the Colonial period.

MONTE ALBAN

 

Visible from anywhere in the central part of the Valley of Oaxaca, these impressive ruins of Monte Albán attracted visitors and explorers throughout the colonial and modern eras. 

 

To get there stay at Marina Chahue in Huatulco Mexico and rent a car to visit Oaxaca and stay at any of the local hotels such as the reasonable priced 5 star Victoria Hotel - take an early 30 minute drive up the hillside to get on site early and beat the crowds and daily limits of 400 visitors during Covid

 

Entry fess in Dec. 2020:  80MXD ~ 4 USD pp

ia route 175 to get to Oaxaca from Marina Chahue - on the way back take route 190 via Mitla and the Mexcal epicenter of Oaxaca.   Mole on a plate in oaxaca 

It's a 6 1/2 hour drive vi route 175 to get to Oaxaca from Marina Chahue - on the way back take route 190 via Mitla and the Mexcal epicenter of Oaxaca.

 
Carinthia Crew Jay and Ho'Okipa tagging the Panama Posse

Carinthia Crew Jay and Ho'Okipa tagging the Panama Posse 

 

 

 

 

 

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FLEET UPDATE 2020-12-20

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ZIJUATENEJO OLD CHART

An extremely attractive 1745 map of the Mexican harbor of Zihuatanejo Bay by George Anson.

Today Zihuatanejo is a stunningly beautiful resort area on the Pacific in the state of Guerrero (about 108 nm northwest of Acapulco).
 

This area was originally named Cihuatlán in Aztec, which means “Place of Women”, referring to the matriarchal society that dominated the region in pre-Columbian times.

Details the harbor  showing mountains, waterways, and trees as well as offering detailed depth soundings and nautical references.

-Zihuatanejo Bay overview from high above    

Zihuatanejo Bay overview from high above

-SEAGLUB ON PASSAGE

SEAGLUB on Passage

 Approaching Isla Grande Ixtapa

Approaching Isla Grande Ixtapa

playing chicken with some big hardware

CATWEAZLE 
playing chicken with some big hardware 

ISLA MUJERES

Isla Mujeres

 Blessed Life Xmas

BLESSED LIFE

Bridge of the Americas BLESSED LIFE     
 

Bridge of the Americas BLESSED LIFE 

Ciprianis - ISLA IXTAPA

@ Ciprianis - ISLA IXTAPA

 Alamos view of Zihuatanejo Bay

Alamos view of Zihuatanejo Bay 

CARINTHIA at ANCHOR

CARINTHIA

RUBY VI

RUBY  VI 

ALAMOS

ALAMOS

 SEA LARKS

SEA LARKS 

 

 

 

SEASONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK 

SEASONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK 

As we change from fall to winter, the weather across the Panama Posse route shifts as well.

Tehuantepec winds become more frequent, last longer, and are stronger. There are still weather windows to cross, but you may need to wait a bit longer for one you like.

 

Papagayos winds increase and become more consistent. The area can still be transited (and enjoyed!) but more caution is recommended (and perhaps more reefs in the main).

 

The western Caribbean becomes positively sporty. The image below (from Altimeter Data Products (noaa.gov)) shows the satellite measured wave heights from January 2020, up to well over 20’ on the posse route up ‘pirate alley’. For the next two to three months, any travel in the western Caribbean should only be attempted with a very favourable weather window, and with the advance knowledge that it’s unlikely to be a pleasant passage. The combination of the ‘Christmas winds’ (reinforced trades) and northers caused by high pressure moving across the southern USA and northern Gulf of Mexico combine to make the area much less fun than most sailors want to have.

 

Getting to Colombia from Panama is usually ok as long as you pick a decent weather window, and duck south to stay in the lee of the Colombian headland. 

To sail north from Panama to Jamaica / Cayman Islands or Bay of Islands Honduras
Jimmy Cornell recommends mid-April to end of June, but it really depends on what kind of weather year it is. This year the season of heavy winds and waves ran late, so later passage would have been better. This is one of the toughest passages for the Panama Posse, so good timing can really help.  

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UPDATE PANAMA POSSE CONVOYS & SECURITY PROTOCOL

vessel on dock from above

The following document outlines best practices and security concerns in 
PIRATE Prone waters and set's out security measures for convoys.

This document has been shared with various government agencies and represent a process by which vessels can organize into convoys.

There are 4 main sections 

  •     Overview
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  •     Vessel Security
  •     Convoys

View the Security document please follow this link >>

To express your convoy interest please email security@panamaposse.com with your vessel name - please review the security document first.

  

UPDATE PANAMA POSSE CONVOYS & SECURITY PROTOCOL
BIGGEST FISH CAUGHT ENTRY  
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Lucky Chucky and Lisa caught this monster on approach to Acapulco 

2 hookipa
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MY DELTA SWIZZLER 
DELTA SWIZZLER

We're glad that both Mark and Cindy are OK and that Delta Swizzler is OK 

"Back in the marina. Anchor froze coming up. Had to pull 50’ up by hand. Suddenly our generator is putting out 280 volts. 🤦‍♀"

 pods

 

 

 

 PANAMA POSSE  "PODS"  

pod details

 

PANAMA POSSE pods based on your cruising plans
 
💰 🍹🌿 ☠️ 🥥☸️ 🦜🌊 🏝️

Based on seasonal gathering spots here are the "sub pods" with line calls after the 
main calls starting Mondays in November to save everyone's time
 (great suggestion Eric Sprezzatura)  

line call

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CAPTAIN VICENTE IN ACAPULCO 

CAPTAIN VICENTE IN ACAPULCO

Vicente's Moorings in Acapulco

 Vicentes moorings in acapulco

 

 

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16:00 UTC for PACIFIC 

line call

 

 

PANAMA IN GOOD NAUTICAL 

PANAMA IN GOOD NAUTICAL
 

HOLIDAY RESTRICTIONS IN PANAMA  - REPORT 
 

Health Alert:  Panama, New Nationwide Movement, Business, and Alcohol Restrictions in Panama    

 

On December 18, the Government of Panama announced expanded nationwide movement and business restrictions between December 18 and January 4. 

 

Movement restrictions: 

 

    From December 18 through January 4, curfew is set from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. 

    From December 23 at 5:00 a.m. through January 4 at 5:00 a.m., access to/from beaches and the interior will be restricted. There will be checkpoints in strategic locations such as La Chorrera, Divisa, La Villa, Chagres, and Viguí. 

    Full lockdown from December 24 at 7:00 p.m. through December 28 at 5:00 a.m. 

    Full lockdown from December 31 at 7:00 p.m. through January 4 at 5:00 a.m. 

    International borders, seaports, and airports remain open. 

    One person per household is allowed into commercial establishments (supermarkets, shops, pharmacies, etc.). 

 

  

 

Business operations: 

 

    From December 18 through January 4, there will be a prohibition on the sale of alcohol (“ley seca”) from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. 

    Gender-based restrictions on access to commercial establishments:

        Women – December 21, 23, 28, and 30

        Men – December 22, 24, 29, and 31

    Government construction projects related to responding to the pandemic are exempted from curfew hours. 

 

 

 

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PICTURE OF THE WEEK 
 PICTURE OF THE WEEK

PICTURE OF THE WEEK
 BY DIRK AND ANNIE  SY ESPIRIT

MARINA IXTAPA IS DREDGED TO 4 Meters and last year over 30 Panama Posse have visited this lovely marina !

 

 

IT WOULD NOT BE A RALLY WITHOUT A CONTEST 

by the end of May 2021 we will announce the winners in these highly competitive fields 
 

BIGGEST FISH CAUGHT 

HIGHEST WIND RECORDED  

BIGGEST MISHAP aka THE CAPTAIN RON AWARD  

MOST UNWELCOME VISITOR ONBOARD 

SPEEDY GONZALEZ AWARD

PANAMA POSSE YODA OF THE YEAR 

PICTURE OF THE YEAR 

GOOD SAMARITAN OF THE YEAR

 

 

 MARINA IXTAPA IS in goodnautical

MARINA IXTAPA IS DREDGED TO 4 Meters and last year over 30 Panama Posse have visited this lovely marina !

Dredging at the main channel access and we have schedules for boat traffic as follow:

1.  From 6:00 AM to 6:45 AM

2.  From 1:15 PM to 2:00 PM 

3.  From 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

 

 

 

PANAMA POSSE SPONSORS 

🇺🇸 California Yacht Marina, San Diego, Chula Vista - USA

🇲🇽 Marina Coral, Ensenada – Mexico 

🇲🇽 IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas  – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina de la Paz – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina y Club de Yates Isla Cortes – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina el Cid – Mazatlan – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta – Mexico Marina

🇲🇽 PANAMA POSSE HQ  – Marina Puerto de La Navidad – Barra de Navidad – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa – Mexico 

🇲🇽 La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Chiapas – Mexico

🇬🇹 Marina Pez Vela – Guatemala 

🇸🇻 Marina Bahia del Sol – El Salvador 

🇸🇻 La Palma Moorings – Bahia del Sol, El Salvador

🇳🇮 Marina Puesta del Sol – Nicaragua 

🇨🇷 Marina Papagayo – Costa Rica

🇨🇷 Marina Pez Vela – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Marina Bahia Golfito – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Banana Bay Marina – Costa Rica 

🇵🇦 PANAMA POSSE PACIFIC HQ Vista Mar Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Shelter Bay Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 IGY Red Frog Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Bocas Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Linton Bay Marina – Panama 

🇨🇴 ClubNautico Cartagena – Colombia

🇨🇴 Club de Pesca Marina Cartagena – Colombia

🇨🇴 Marina Puerto Velero – Colombia

🇨🇴 IGY Marina Santa Marta – Colombia

🇯🇲 Royal Jamaica Yacht Club – Jamaica

🇯🇲 Errol Flynn Marina – Jamaica 

🇯🇲 Montego Bay Yacht Club –Jamaica

🇰🇾 The Barcadere Marina –Cayman Islands

🇭🇳 Barefoot Cay Marina – Roatan – Honduras 

🇭🇳 Fantasy Island Marina – Roatan – Honduras 

🇭🇳 Jonesville Point Marina -Roatan – Honduras 

🇬🇹 Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard – Guatemala 

🇧🇿 Thunderbirds Marine – Placencia – Belize

🇲🇽 Marina Makax – Isla Mujeres – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina V&V – Quintana Roo – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina El Cid – Cancún – Riviera Maya – Mexico

🇨🇺 Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo – Cuba

🇺🇸 Marathon Marina, Florida, USA 

 

SERVICE PROVIDERS

 

 

    Centenario & Co.S.A. Eric Galvez – Panama

 

 

STRATEGIC PARTNERS

 

SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION

Vicente’s Moorings – Acapulco – Mexico

Park Avenue Villas – San Juan del Sur – Nicaragua

Coconutz – Playa Cocos – Costa Rica

Abernathy – Chandlery – Panama

Advertising Partners – Las Vegas

Safe-Esteem.com – Delaware

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome Ted & Brenda SY FIREFLY

Welcome Ted & Brenda SY FIREFLY

Lucky Chucky tagging a new bar in Zihuatanjeo with the Mini Burgee

Lucky Chucky tagging a new bar in Zihuatanjeo with the Mini Burgee

 

 

 

 

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Hand made  Tortillas in Chamula Mexico 

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O2 with Juan Boschetti

O2 with Juan Boschetti 

 

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Barra de Navidad

FLEET UPDATE 2020-12-10

PANAMA POSSE
 20·21 PANAMA POSSE
FLEET UPDATE 2020-12-10KICK OFF WEEK  

KICKOFFWEEK PANAMA POSSE GROUP SHOT 2021

This was the brief moment of time at Barra de Navidad, Puerto de la Navidad Marina MX when some of the masks came down for the annual kick off photo op !

SEAGLUB & KOGNITA

SEAGLUB & KOGNITA

ARROW

ARROW

 KOGNITA

KOGNITA

NAMO & WINSTON

NAMO & WINSTON

PACIFIC RAVEN

PACIFIC RAVEN

LUNA 

LUNA

days of SEMINARS at the Grand Isla Navidad Resort 

RAMBLE ON ROSE PACIFIC RAVEN

REEF DANCER & TANNIE ANN

REEF DANCER & TANNIE ANN

BAJA FOG 

BAJA FOG

OPEN AIR SEMINARS

EXHIBITIONISM & NAMO

 EXHIBITIONISM & NAMO

DELTA SWIZZLER & MAR Y SOL

MAISON DE SANTE & DUE WEST

MAISON DE SANTE & DUE WEST

EMERSON MAGANA & REEF DANCER

EMERSON MAGANA & REEF DANCER 

ARROW & FIREFLY

ARROW & FIREFLY

MAISON DE SANTE & DUE WEST 

OPEN AIR SEMINARS

KICK OFF WEEK FLYING ALL THE COLORS

REEF DANCER & TANNIE ANN

REEF DANCER & TANNIE ANN

4 days of SEMINARS at the Grand Isla Navidad Resort

RAMBLE ON ROSE PACIFIC RAVEN

KICK OFF WEEK FLYING ALL THE COLORS 

 

 

 

 

 🇲🇽 SOCORRO ISLANDS MEXICO 
Obtaining Permit for Revillagigedo (Socorro) Islands

Obtaining Permit for Revillagigedo

REEF DANCER

Debbie D’Adamo

December 9, 2020

Dive Trip

My husband Jerry and I have been in the Marina de Navidad in Isla Navidad (Barra) Mexico aboard  MV Reef Dancer, a Selene 53, since the Covid shutdowns began in March, 2020. We planned to be here for 5 days and have now been here for 10 months. Finally we are able to plan our departure as we continue our voyage to Panama with the Caribbean as a final destination in 2021.

Scuba Diving is one of the main reasons we began this trip from San Diego in October, 2019. We did some diving in the Sea of Cortez along the way but have been dreaming of diving the Revillagigedo Islands which is made up of 4 volcanic islands known for their unique ecosystem. The islands are approximately 430-680 miles west of Manzanillo. The Revillagigedo Archipelago were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016 and in 2017 they were declared to be a marine reserve and a national park of Mexico.

During the Covid shutdowns, the Revillagigedo Islands were closed to marine traffic. In November they began allowing Liveaboard commercial dive operators to resume trips. I had been trying to get details of what was was required to visit on a private boat for months with no luck. Finally, in early October I got connected with someone who worked with me to explain exactly what was required to obtain a permit, when and if they reopened to private vessels. 

My contact was given to me by another cruiser who had been there in 2018 and wrote a wonderful account of his experience there and posted it! I sent him a message asking what was required and at the time he visited it was much easier…but he pointed me to someone who would help me navigate the current situation.

I contacted Yolanda Espinoza who is in La Paz at Eco Naviera (www.econaviera.com.mx) 612-348-8787. She has been wonderful to work with.

The islands finally opened for private vessels in December and we now have a permit issued by CONANP to visit!! For others who may be contemplating this trip, I will outline below what the current requirements are to obtain a permit (obviously subject to change).

DIVING IN THE Obtaining Permit for 

You must write a letter explaining the reason for your visit and include the following information (letter must be in Spanish so we got Yolanda to translate for us) - :

 

1. What you will do there (mine was to observe flora and fauna and recreational diving)

 

2. Arrival and departure dates planned

 

3. Which islands you would like to visit ( we requested Socorro, San Benedicto and Roca Partida and were only granted permission to visit Socorro and San Benedicto - our permit specifically said we were PROHIBITED from visiting Roca Partida - no explanation was provided)

 

4. How many people will be aboard, full names, nationalities and copy of all passports showing full signature page and photo page.

 

5. Vessel Information: Copy of TIP, Certificate of Documentation, Name of vessel, registry number, photos of vessel from all sides (any other information to identify the vessel).

 

6. Satellite phone number

 

7. VMS or MMSI code to be monitored

 

8. Conservation Park Passes for each person on board - we had to send photos of the passes along with proof of payment for the passes

 

9. Port of Departure

 

10. Copies of Dive Certification (we sent copies of our PADI cards) for all passengers and crew who will be diving

 

11. Copies of DAN Insurance card

GOOD NAUTICALhas the Revillagigedo 

Eco Naviera charged us $100 US for her work to get the permit. For now, that is the only cost other than the required Conservation Park passes which are $34 US each.  

 

Yolanda did indicate that the Mexican government was planning to institute new fees for visiting the islands in the very near future (around the first of the year) and it is planned to be 1500 pesos per person per day - I saw a note on several of the Liveaboard sites indicating they would be passing this fee on to their customers when it is implemented and I’m sure Yolanda will be up to speed when/if this happens.

 

I know this seems like a lot of information and it took us 8 or 9 back and forth emails to get this all figured out - but I think if you write a short letter and attach all the required documents in PDF format the first time it should go pretty quickly.

 

The permit itself is also a lengthy document and is only provided in Spanish. We got it translated locally and just FYI, some of the major notations are:

 

• NO night diving

 

• NO going to shore at any time

 

• NO loud noises/music

 

• NO excessive lights on your vessel at night

 

• NO removing of anything from the ocean

 

• NO discharges from the boat

 

 

We are just waiting for a 2 day weather window to depart and can’t wait to share the experience!

 

If you need any help or additional information please feel free to reach out to us via email 

 

Thanks!

 

Debbie D’Adamo

 

Reef Dancer

Reef Dancer

 

 

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

NAO SANTA MARIA AT SUNRISE

MAison 

Winning picture by Nicole from Maison de Sante

MAison
PREDICT WIND WEATHER SEMINAR 
Special Discounts on Predict Winds Products >>
PREDICT WIND WEATHER SEMINAR 

Predict Wind is once again sponsoring the Panama Posse and Chris did an outstanding presentation during the Seminars in Barra de Navidad, MX - We have recorded the session and you can watch it online in case you missed it 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LkNUpZ68Ds
 

PREDICT WIND WEATHER SEMINAR
WINNER OF THE GALLEY GOD AWARD 
 DISH OF THE YEAR MY HO'OKIPA
WINNER OF THE GALLEY GOD AWARD 

Lucky Chucky and Lisa fro Ho'okipa win the award for the most appreciated dish - Thanks to a generous donation of the Alex from the Hawaii Super Store in Melaque in support of the Panama Posse and Chucky's superb culinary skills in dressing, marinating, smoking and ultimately distributing this delicious dish via the Panama Posse Grill !!!! 

Lucky Chucky and Lisa fro Ho'okipa

At the dock in Barra de Navidad

Lucky Chucky and Lisa fro Ho'okipa 

 

 

 

PANAMA POSSE CONVOYS 
through pirate prone waters  

 PANAMA POSSE CONVOYS

DEFINITION: a group convoyed or organized for convenience or protection in moving

This season we are going to encourage and support the creation of convoys for vessels planning on traveling along the north coast of Venezuela or transiting along the Nicaraguan / Honduran Caribbean coast. We are working on a safety protocol which will group vessels into a convoy. Stay tuned for updates and more development on this safety issue.

To express your convoy interest please email security@panamaposse.com with your vessel name 
 

PANAMA POSSE PIRATE AREAS

 

 

 

 PANAMA POSSE  "PODS"  

POD DETAILS

 

PANAMA POSSE pods based on your cruising plans
 
💰 🍹🌿 ☠️ 🥥☸️ 🦜🌊 🏝️

Based on seasonal gathering spots here are the "sub pods" with line calls after the 
main calls starting Mondays in November to save everyone's time
 (great suggestion Eric Sprezzatura)  

PODS

To add your designation to you LINE display name 

1) to find your emoji and use it, copy them form the bottom legend of this page 
https://panamaposse.com/2020-2021-vessels

2) edit your display name using the GEAR icon within LINE  and paste or insert your EMOJI  

 

WHAT'S THAT CALLED IN SPANISH ?

SALSERO 

WHAT'S THAT CALLED IN SPANISH 

 

 

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16:00 UTC for PACIFIC 

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COSTA RICA IN GOOD NAUTICAL 

 COSTA RICA IS IN GOOD NAUTICAL

 

 

 

CHECKING IN   COSTA RICA - REPORT 

Costa Rica Check In. 

We arrived Marina Bahia Golfito yesterday about 1500. Maikol,  the Dock Master (VHF Ch 10), talked us in and was waiting dockside with 3 other dock attendants. He welcomed us and said he’d be back at 0700 to collect our documents. 

I had contacted him by email about 4 days prior to arrival when I still had cell coverage and he requested documents. Regular stuff, Boat Certification, Passports, Crew List, Panama Exit Zarpe. And he said we needed to go to a CR Health web site within 48 hours of arrival. Sent him the documents. 

The Health web site is a little cumbersome but the key is to select International when it asks for Health Insurance type. Later you upload a picture of your declaration page. If you don’t have a policy that covers CR then you wait to fill out the Health declaration until after you buy insurance the Maikol helps you deal with (Was told this by another cruiser). 

CHECKING IN COSTA RICA - REPORT

Maikol came to boat this morning. New procedure. He takes originals of all documents and asked for copies of OUR health insurance docs. I have Cigna Global Silver and it covers $1,000,000 in Costa Rica no pandemic exclusion. I asked “what about the hotel coverage” and he said “you’re on the boat. Not necessary “. (!). No insurance purchase at all. 

Seems these are newer procedures so things move slower than the normal slow CR processes. Heard back from Maikol thru out the day and approval of our health insurance keeps getting delayed. 

Finally around 9pm Maikol emailed that our insurance was approved and our check-in will be approved by  8:30 tomorrow morning. 

 

9am Maikol returned with our passports and the papers to sign. He took the papers away and came back an hour later. We’re checked in!!  BUT, we’ve got to go with him to Customs out by Duty Free and pay for the Cruising Permit. Probably requires a trip to the bank at the same location. We could be completely free to leave by early afternoon.  

Maikol speaks excellent English, lived in California and was with the USCG. He does a great job and works thru issues that still arise. He knows “The System” is not good and said he’s trying to get them to change to accommodate the low-risk cruisers. I wished him well. 

 

Definitely another Big Plus for Panama Posse membership

SPREZZATURA 

 

 

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IT WOULD NOT BE A RALLY WITHOUT A CONTEST 

by the end of May 2021 we will announce the winners in these highly competitive fields 
 

BIGGEST FISH CAUGHT 

HIGHEST WIND RECORDED  

BIGGEST MISHAP aka THE CAPTAIN RON AWARD  

MOST UNWELCOME VISITOR ONBOARD 

SPEEDY GONZALEZ AWARD

PANAMA POSSE YODA OF THE YEAR 

PICTURE OF THE YEAR 

GOOD SAMARITAN OF THE YEAR

 

 

MARINA EL CID MAZATLAN 

PANAMA POSSE SPONSORS 

🇺🇸 California Yacht Marina, San Diego, Chula Vista - USA

🇲🇽 Marina Coral, Ensenada – Mexico 

🇲🇽 IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas  – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina de la Paz – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina y Club de Yates Isla Cortes – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina el Cid – Mazatlan – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta – Mexico Marina

🇲🇽 PANAMA POSSE HQ  – Marina Puerto de La Navidad – Barra de Navidad – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Ixtapa, Ixtapa – Mexico 

🇲🇽 La Marina Acapulco, Acapulco – Mexico 

🇲🇽 Marina Chiapas – Mexico

🇬🇹 Marina Pez Vela – Guatemala 

🇸🇻 Marina Bahia del Sol – El Salvador 

🇸🇻 La Palma Moorings – Bahia del Sol, El Salvador

🇳🇮 Marina Puesta del Sol – Nicaragua 

🇨🇷 Marina Papagayo – Costa Rica

🇨🇷 Marina Pez Vela – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Marina Bahia Golfito – Costa Rica 

🇨🇷 Banana Bay Marina – Costa Rica 

🇵🇦 PANAMA POSSE PACIFIC HQ Vista Mar Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Shelter Bay Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 IGY Red Frog Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Bocas Marina – Panama 

🇵🇦 Linton Bay Marina – Panama 

🇨🇴 ClubNautico Cartagena – Colombia

🇨🇴 Club de Pesca Marina Cartagena – Colombia

🇨🇴 Marina Puerto Velero – Colombia

🇨🇴 IGY Marina Santa Marta – Colombia

🇯🇲 Royal Jamaica Yacht Club – Jamaica

🇯🇲 Errol Flynn Marina – Jamaica 

🇯🇲 Montego Bay Yacht Club –Jamaica

🇰🇾 The Barcadere Marina –Cayman Islands

🇭🇳 Barefoot Cay Marina – Roatan – Honduras 

🇭🇳 Fantasy Island Marina – Roatan – Honduras 

🇭🇳 Jonesville Point Marina -Roatan – Honduras 

🇬🇹 Marina Nana Juana Resort & Boatyard – Guatemala 

🇧🇿 Thunderbirds Marine – Placencia – Belize

🇲🇽 Marina Makax – Isla Mujeres – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina V&V – Quintana Roo – Mexico

🇲🇽 Marina El Cid – Cancún – Riviera Maya – Mexico

🇨🇺 Marina Marlin Nautica Cayo Largo – Cuba

🇺🇸 Marathon Marina, Florida, USA 

 

SERVICE PROVIDERS

 

 

    Centenario & Co.S.A. Eric Galvez – Panama

 

 

STRATEGIC PARTNERS

 

SEVEN SEAS CRUISING ASSOCIATION

Vicente’s Moorings – Acapulco – Mexico

Park Avenue Villas – San Juan del Sur – Nicaragua

Coconutz – Playa Cocos – Costa Rica

Abernathy – Chandlery – Panama

Advertising Partners – Las Vegas

Safe-Esteem.com – Delaware

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome SCOTT - MY IMPULSE

Welcome SCOTT - MY IMPULSE 

 

 

 

 

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San Cristobal de Las Casas Chipas Mexico 

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