This is Enrique’s dock in Turtle Bay. Zoom in and you can see the stairs leading from the pier deck to the float below.
Look carefully and you can see 3 of many pelicans that would congregate around our boat at night in Turtle Bay. The light from our interior lights in the evening would attract fish that in turn would attract pelicans.
Mexican navy ship that anchored near us in Mag Bay and in Turtle Bay. In TB the zodiac on the bow was lowered into the water and went around with crew to inspect all the cruiser’s papers, including ours. They were very nice guys.
We came across dozens of sea turtles south of Mag Bay. The water was very calm so they were easy to see.
For a little perspective, this is what they look like from a hundred feet away. It’s amazing what the eye can pick out.
This big grey was less than a hundred feet from the boat. No missing him.