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Puerto de Mogán

June 29, 2015


After 4 weeks in Las Palmas marina we arrived yesterday at Puerto de Mogán after a 30 nm sail in good winds. Due to the “acceleration zone” which adds up to 15 knots to existing wind speed, we had some strong winds and reached 10 knots of speed over ground at times which we are not very used to. We are anchored 200 meters from the marina entrance with very little swell but a lot of waves due to passing ferries, jet skis, glass bottom boats, submarines (!), banana boats, paraglide speed boats and so on. The water is crystal clear and there a number of large caves were paddle boats can go in so we hope to do some good snorkeling later today.

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