Our 45-foot sailing Catamaran El Mechudo has 4 cabins, each with a head (restroom) and shower. Each cabin has one double bed, and the two forward cabins each also have a single bed located in the pontoon. The fourth cabin head is shared with our crew, if you are looking for a discounted price.
The Mechudo is an award-winning catamaran, designed by Robertson and Caine, one of the world’s leading charter boat builders. Built in 1998 in South Africa, this 4500 model has air conditioning available day & night.
There is a large galley up front with a saloon and seating, and a large seating and dining area outside, under the canvas bimini. The width of the boat allows for plenty of deck space and one can always find a quiet, private spot. Aft there is a wide walkway across the boat and steps for easy water access.
The boat sails incredibly well, is very stable and is equipped with complete electronics and high-powered engines, giving great performance and reliability under power as well as sail.
Pez Sapo I
The Pez Sapo I is a former commercial fishing boat that has been converted to support eco tourism. Our 49-foot foot diesel-powered boat is used annually to conduct marine mammal research with local area academic and environmental education entities. Pez Sapo, or "frog fish," is the nickname for the whale shark, known for its spotted frog-like appearance.
The Pez Sapo has a full galley and ample common areas for riding comfortably and spending time as a group, in addition to a converted upper observation deck perfect for wildlife lovers and local researchers.
A Panga is a molded fiberglass open fishing and eco tourism boat powered by an outboard engine. Our company La Paz “Salsipuedes” offices are built on the historical site of La Paz’s first Panga factory, and our head of maintenance has worked in the building on boats since the early 1970s. This versatile, seaworthy vessel has been the choice of fisherman and service providers on the peninsula for decades.
Baja Expeditions has a fleet of Rivera Touring fiberglass paddleboards. We are pleased to be members of our local stand-up paddleboard community activities, and love the way these boards provide access into the mangrove estuary mazes, either for a quick exploration or to lend a hand with community beach clean-ups.