The narrow Sea of Cortez is flanked by mainland Mexico and Baja California, offering an intriguing coastline that remains somewhat of a secret yachting destination. Aptly named “the world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau, the waters here thrive with an abundance of fascinating marine mammals such as whale sharks, humpbacks, sea lions and mobula rays. The contrastingly rugged desert islands scattered across the sea, rise with towering cacti-dotted crags while powder sand beaches are strewn below. These hidden gems are ideally discovered by yacht to fully experience the countless gems on offer.
Exploring the crystal-clear waters bordered by the 806 miles of Baja Peninsula to the west and the mainland of Mexico to the west, visitors can
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