Booked the Sail and Snorkel trip departing Cabo on Dec 28th at noon. We motored to lands end as expected and then headed for Santa Maria Bay for snorkeling. Since there was no mainsail (supposedly out for repair) I had expected to at least fly the jib (great winds) for a part of the trip but no such luck. We motored to Santa Maria Bay and all the way back again and I made a point of observing a 2nd La Princesa catamaran that did exactly the same thing. So if you are actually looking for a "sailing" adventure this is not the attraction for you and you would be better off booking with one of the small monohull operators of which there are lots. The snorkeling portion was also a disaster as the water was so murky you could barely see anything even two feet away. My recommendation would be that if you really are interested in snorkeling would be to rent a car and go to Chilena Bay (around the point from Santa Maria Bay) as there are beautiful beaches, easy access and lots of rock formations to shelter you from the currents. We spent an afternoon there and saw lots of fish and thoroughly enjoyed the marine life.
One good thing about the La Princesa boat we were on was that the crew were very friendly and provided excellent personal service.
Bottom line if you want a true sail and snorkel then pass this by.
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