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Security is the last thing on the minds of Politicians in Guaymas; and it is with great regret I must say that San Carlos is less secure than ever

Security is the last thing on the minds of Politicians in Guaymas; and it is with great regret I must say that San Carlos is less secure than ever

    Julio Alfonso Alfonso was born in Cuba in 1921 and first came to Guaymas in 1945 to play for the Guaymas Ostioneros baseball team in the now extinct Pacific Coast Baseball League. Here Alfonso stayed for the rest of his life. He married a local girl and started a family. One of the… Continue Reading

WorldsAquarium is Raising funds for Marine Protected Area in San Carlos: Jim Brown 31 Sea Runner Trimaran Donated and for sale

WorldsAquarium is Raising funds for Marine Protected Area in San Carlos: Jim Brown 31 Sea Runner Trimaran Donated and for sale

Vela Lisa has been sold for 8000 dollars!! Congratulations to the new owner The above image gallery are almost all interior pictures   Commercial fishing interest’s in Guaymas have pretty much had there way in the Sea of Cortes for the last 5 decades. It is time for that to come to an end. The… Continue Reading

Judge Rules Against Costa del Mar HOA

Judge Rules Against Costa del Mar HOA

I have reported extensively on the Costa del Mar (CDM) home owners association (HOA).  Our last update on CDM was January of this year and can be read here. To say the least there has been plenty of controversy out there for quite some time. Problems in HOA’s are certainly not unique to Mexico and… Continue Reading

Sport Fisherman in Manzanillo in the State of Colima will burn their fishing permits in public this Saturday to protest illegal fishing of Dorado and Sailfish

Sport Fisherman in Manzanillo in the State of Colima will burn their fishing permits in public this Saturday to protest illegal fishing of Dorado and Sailfish

I just received a letter via email from Marko Alcaraz, one of the leaders of a sport fishing union in Manzanillo this morning. In this letter addressed to dozens of sport fisherman Marko states that; The fisherman of Manzanillo are fed up completely with the office of Mexican fisheries (Conapesca) for refusing to enforce the… Continue Reading

Dolphinarium is set to open in November

Dolphinarium is set to open in November

  Ricardo Lopez reported from the Diario del Yaqui That 6 dolphins are to be delivered to San Carlos before November. The information is vague and it is only reported that the dolphins are coming from Mexico city and that it is costing the government a little more than one million pesos to move them.… Continue Reading