North America’s coastline provides an unmatched selection of destinations with gorgeous scenery and unique anchorages. Beginners and seasoned sailors alike will love exploring the sheltered waters of America’s largest estuary — the Chesapeake Bay. In addition to being the sailing capital of the United States, the Bay is dotted with towns and villages steeped in American history.
Down south, Florida’s warm, tropical waters provide year-round sailing along the protected Intracoastal Waterway and the blue seas of the Atlantic down into the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico.
In the Pacific Northwest, Anacortes and the San Juan Islands beckon sailors with teeming wildlife, natural beauty and fascinating ports like Vancouver, British Columbia. The sky is the limit for sailing in North America.
La Paz is located on the Baja California peninsula on the Sea of Cortez (also called the Gulf of California) in Mexico. In addition to desert vistas, you will enjoy world-class sailing in turquoise waters rich with marine life and flawless offshore islands.