New Brochure Showcases Yacht Cruising in Mexico


Agents will be able to learn more about yacht cruising in Mexico from “Active Warm Waters,” a new American Safari Cruises brochure that was slated to go out to travel agents nationwide in mid-November.

The new booklet includes itineraries, rates and trip dates through January 2010 and information on pre- and post-cruise hotel packages. In Mexico’s Sea of Cortez, the 22-pasengers Safari Quest operates seven-night cruises between Loreto and La Paz, and nine-night sailings between Loreto and San Carlos (Guaymas) on the eastern shore. Guests can expect to see whales and other rare sea life, ride mules though ancient arroyos to secluded beaches, meet the residents of the smallest village in the area, swim with sea lions, visit bird rookeries and beachcomb. Clients may book a Loreto stay at the picturesque Posada de las Flores, a luxury hotel in the tradition of a Mexican hacienda; those who extend their visit in La Paz stay at the Fiesta Inn, situated at a marina with a small-town ambience. The “Active Warm Waters,” brochure also features yacht cruising in Hawaii. Visit

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