Milagro update

Today is Wednesday, 4/20/22 and all is well here. Very well, in fact. And, we have so much to tell you. As advertised, we did spend several weeks on the mooring in La Paz while doing all of the usual things we do there, connecting with friends and eating our way across town. We also did something there we do not usually do. We began talking about long term plans. Some time ago we determined that 2022-23 would likely be our last cruising season but these new conversations included market considerations along with the usual, such as our current ages and the declining health concerns that come with that. To shorten the story, we decided to test the market and offer Milagro for sale. We were rather surprised at the response we got simply from word of mouth and a posting in a Catalina 42 FB group. Many inquiries quickly followed, including 2 formal offers. Both were very good though slightly different but we had to chose one. The other then asked if their offer could stand as a back up should the chosen one fall apart. We were a little surprised at the overall response. And…just like that, the good ship Milagro has been sold. We left LP this morning on our way to San Carlos where we will off load our personal effects. We’ll then return Milagro to LP where her new owner will take over. This, then, is Milagro’s farewell tour. Tonight we are at Point San Telmo where it was 78F and wind SSW @8 when we landed. Anchor is set in 25′ at 19.890’N, 110 57.546’W in 12′ over sand. Tomorrow we move on into the greater Loreto area so stay tuned to learn where we land. Hasta entonces…

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  1. Karen Crowe

    Wow! Well, I guess congratulations, but sad we won’t see you this fall when we get down there. Happy it seems you had a successful sale of Milagro. Obviously, that is the best way to leave a boat! Fair winds!

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