Sailing in Mexico
We’re sailing the Caribbean coast of Mexico from Cancun to Isla Mujeres and Cozumel. A diving and snorkelling dream, the Quintanaroo Coast and its offshore islands don’t disappoint in their onshore intrigue… Mayan temples, grottoes and jungle to explore, lively nightlife and great restaurant choices.
This are is great for beginner sailors and for those who’d like to split some bluewater sailing with time inland.
Getting There and Away
Sailing holidays in Mexico begin in Cancun and CUN international airport is well served with direct flights from the US, Canada and Europe.
Day sailing with short (3 to 4 hours), inter-island hops in sheltered water, ideal for any level of sailing experience including complete beginners.
The Mexican coast around the islands of Isla Mujeres and Cozumel is fairly rugged, and this is a popular tourist area so there are a few high rise resorts. Elsewhere, tropical palm trees and white sand beaches are your vista.
Vibe / Ambience
This part of Mexico is a popular tourism destination, particularly for divers. Expect lively beach bars and restaurants and great Mexican food.
Things to Do & See
The snorkelling and diving is world class and divers flock here from all over the world. There is an underwater sculpture park close to Cancun and wonderful Mayan temples to explore.