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Where to Charter a Yacht in Mexico

Pacific Coast of Mexico While the Gulf typically receives all the glory, Mexico’s Pacific Coast...

Pacific Coast of Mexico

While the Gulf typically receives all the glory, Mexico’s Pacific Coast has superb yacht charter attractions. The vast expanse of coastal beauty is best seen from the water. Come explore the best places to charter a yacht in Mexico to start planning your trip today!

Sea of Cortez

The Sea of Cortez, spans the length of the Baja Peninsula, culminating in Cabo San Lucas in the south.  Also known as the Gulf of California, this protected marine zone cultivates an incredible level of biodiversity that coexists above and below water. 900 species thrive in the open-air aquarium, guaranteed to amaze even the most seasoned snorkelers.

La Paz

From the comfort of your yacht charter, witness dolphins, whales, and sea lions off the coast of La Paz. Want to stretch your legs instead? You can have a picnic on the sandy shores of Isla Partida’s Playa Ensenada Grande. After lunch, venture inland to explore the cactus forests and mangroves.

Cabo San Lucas

Next, head south to Cabo Pulmo National Park dive into the reef, and walk the unspoiled shores of this expansive preserve. Afterward, go fishing for Marlin before venturing to the impressive and luxurious Cabo San Lucas. Sail around the beautiful Arch, before disembarking to play a round of golf at one of the gorgeous seaside courses.

Mexican Riviera

The gorgeous Mexican Riviera is a great choice for anyone looking for a vibrant restaurant scene, endless entertainment, and sandy beaches. On your Mexico yacht charter, you can cruise the Pacific taking in the twenty coastal cities from Mazatlan to Acapulco.  

On the central coast, Puerto Vallarta offers water sports enthusiasts a plethora of exciting activities as well as delicious cuisine. Easily reached with your yacht charter, you can visit the nearby uninhabited Marietas Islands to scuba dive, snorkel, and swim with dolphins.


The majority of Mexico’s Riviera action is of course centered around Acapulco, famous for its nonstop parties and dining. Both of which are made even more exciting by the incredible views of the enchanting bay. While in town, don’t miss the Historical Museum of Fort San Diego or catch a cliff diving show at La Quebrada. Wander the old town, listen to live music, go dancing, and soak up the energy of Acapulco. You will not run out of things to do!

For more information on the best places to charter a yacht in Mexico, visit our Mexico luxury yacht itineraries and start planning your trip today!

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