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Tlaloc Sailing
Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Mexico

Sailing Tours - Snorkeling Adventures - Sunset Cruise
Private Charters available, kids under 8 sail for free

Tlaloc Sailing Cruises

Sailing, Snorkeling, Sunset Cruise and Whale Watching (on season).
A great vacation adventure aboard the Tlaloc. Sail along the Baja coastline and enjoy the relaxing tropical breeze.

The Tlaloc is a 33 feet long ship and has a capacity for 14 passengers.

 
 
     
 
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Our Tours
Tlaloc sailing Cruises offers three kind of tours:


Private Tours:
4 hours length private cruises where you can

Snorkeling, whale watching or
admire the sunset in the sea

Includes:
Lunch
Snacks
Complementary national drinks
Beer and sodas
Special Two Hours Tours:
This tour is special for people who is going to pay with voucher from Los Cabos Guide and you can

Snorkeling, whale watching or
admire the sunset in the sea

Includes:
Snacks
Complementary national drinks
Beer and sodas



Moon Light Tours:

Available from 7:00 to 9:30 pm
*Whale watching on season January, February
and March.
*Tlaloc provides snorkeling gear
*Personal snorkeling gear is welcome
*Bring your own towel.


Passengers

1 to 4 people
5 to 6 people
7 to 8 people
9 to 10 people
11 to 12 people
13 to 14 people
Cost

$399 USD
$558 USD
$672 USD
$786 USD
$890 USD
$990 USD

Customer review from Michelle D. - Jan 18, 2010, 10:03 AM

I am currently in Cabo and had the pleasure to take a sunset tour on the Tlaloc sailboat on Saturday evening.

Before arriving in Cabo I attempted to gather information on this forum regarding this company/vessel and was what I found was limited. Actually, even after arriving in Cabo and asking around it was difficult, partly because I could not pronounce the name correctly coupled with the language barrier. Anyway, I thought I would write a review of the cruise and give it BIG thumbs up for anyone else who may be considering booking with them.

Firstly, the main reason I was looking at the Tlaloc is that the Los Cabos Guide had a very nice special on the vouchers, but having sailed with them I would do it again with or without the coupons. The “special tour” set up for voucher users was advertised to be 2 hours at anytime of the day you wanted, including snacks, national drinks and beer, for four people. This is a private tour so you choose the time and the itinerary, although they make suggestions if you don’t know when and where are best.

I prearranged the tour online through their website contact information. They were a bit slow to respond however I was contacting during the holidays so perhaps that was part of the issue. I have since learned that the owner’s wife is the person who responds to these online inquiries and she is Mexican with limited English and uses a translating program – this is helpful to know after you try to read some of the strange responses that come back! Anyway, we were to arrive to the dock at 3:40, depart at 4:00 and return at 6:00pm.

I have to say that this was by far the best sunset cruise I have been on. The cruise was amazing; the deck hand (?) Hector (or Hector the protector as he introduced himself) was charming, funny, knowledgeable, fluent in English and most importantly he didn’t let a glass get empty. The captain was more limited in his English but was quite capable and made me feel very safe – he did laugh along with some of our jokes so maybe knew a little more English than he let on! We were a group of four women and I think they were having as much fun with us as we were because we ended up with a little extra time arriving back a bit after 6:30 so we could sail through the bay on the way back to get some photos.

It was beautiful sunset and they timed their positioning perfectly for the best photo opportunities. I would definitely recommend this charter to those who want a more personalized experience without all the crazy parting and goofy games that are on some of the bigger booze and/or sunset cruises. They also do morning or afternoon sails. If not using the vouchers for four people for four hours was $399 with lunch and open bar – a better price for sure but using the vouchers on the special only cost me $175 for the four of us.

The Tlaloc is a 33 foot sailboat that was in good shape and was quite comfortable for the four of us. I don’t know that I would sail with many more people as I do not like feeling crowed or like you constantly have to move out of the way for people to move around comfortably. There was a good amount of space downstairs in the salon but that isn’t why you are on a sailing charter in Cabo!

Sorry for the length I wanted to give as much info as possible since it was hard to find anything on this charter. If you are considering this sail, just do it, I think you will love it. I will defintely do it again.

Questions? - ask away.

 
     
 

Tlaloc Sailing - Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Mexico

Last Revision Jan 27, 2014 - MKS

 
 
   

 

 

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