THE BAJA HA-HA 2014 WELCOME PARTY WELCOMES CRUISERS TO LA PAZ



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La Costa Restaurant, located on Navarro and Topete, just off the malecon, will have the honor of hosting the Baja Ha-Ha Welcome to La Paz party on Thursday, November 20th, 2014 starting at 4:00pm.  Hundreds of Baja Ha-Ha cruisers, who have made the journey along the Baja from the U.S. will be attending this special event to welcome them to La Paz, along with others living in the marinas and even a few landlubbers.

The Baja Ha-Ha is a safe and entertaining way for hundreds of cruisers to head down to the warmer climates in Baja California Sur while at the same time making new friends.  The cruising event, on its 21st anniversary, left San Diego on October 27th and will arrive in Cabo San Lucas on November 6th.  It is an approximately 750-mile rally.

This year, close to 171 boats are set to arrive in Cabo San Lucas and about three quarters of those boats will make the journey to La Paz over the course of the winter.

7 years ago, Dennis and Susan started meeting the fleet in Cabo San Lucas to invite them to come to La Paz on behalf of the local tourism community. The State and City Tourism departments, Emprhotur, and the local marinas now sponsor the annual event in La Paz. Once again, Dennis and Susan Ross of Ross Marine Services and Consulting and Jean and Roger Wise of Wise Services will be acting MCs for the event.

There will be free entry tickets for the captain and one crewmember from the first 25 boats that are in line before the event. The general public is invited as well to enjoy folkloric dancing and music from local mariachi and rock bands. Menu is a Mexican Buffet and all the trimmings! Tickets are $11 USD and $5 USD for children under 12 years of age.

Shuttle buses will be available to take people to and from Marina Costa Baja and Marina Palmira.   Please contact Susan and Dennis at yachtmanagement@bluewaterketch.com for more information.

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