Paradero Todos Santos Unveils Catamaran Experience

Paradero Todos Santos in Mexico’s Baja California Sur has launched a new experience, dubbed “Paradero Sea of Cortez.” The luxury resort has unveiled two exclusive catamaran itineraries along the Gulf of California.

Guests will set sail on the custom-built vessel at a marina located just an hour’s drive from Paradero Todos Santos. From there, several destinations are within reach, including Isla Partida, Isla Ballena and La Paz. Of special note is Espiritu Santo Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site with red volcanic rock formations, vibrant reefs, sea turtles, stingrays, blue whales, orcas, grey whales and 98 species of birds. Other highlights include snorkeling in underwater caves at the Caleta Partida, a beach set-up on the shores of the crescent-shaped Playa Bonanza, and hiking along the Cascada Seca trek at Playa Candelero. Along the way, paddle-boarding and kayaking opportunities abound. On overnight experiences, guests can enjoy sunrises and sunsets, besides stargazing with a full view of the Milky Way.

Paradero Todos Santos
(Paradero Todos Santos)

The vessel was built in Vendée, France, by Lagoon Catamarans. It was constructed over a 15-month period, during which Paradero advised on design and materials. In keeping with the brand’s emphasis on sustainability, 30 percent of the resin used in the hull is crafted from recycled fibers, and the interior wood is sourced from FSC-certified forests. All fabrics in the saloon and cockpit are also made from recycled materials.

The sailboat has four cabins (each with an en-suite bathroom and separate shower) and nearly 500 square feet of living space, including plush outdoor seating and over-water net beds. “Paradero Sea of Cortez” is fully serviced with a captain, crew, and private chef, bartender and an experienced guide.

The “Full-Day Sailing Experience” can accommodate up to 10 passengers and includes seven-eight hours of sailing, while the “Paradero Baja Getaway” is a three-day journey with room for up to eight guests. Both options include full service, dining and an open bar, and round-trip transportation between Paradero Todos Santos and the marina. “Paradero Sea of Cortez” is only available for Paradero Todos Santos guests. It cannot be booked for standalone catamaran experiences at this time.

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