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Tenacatita:  We arrived here on March 13 and there were two other boats.
Numbers swelled to over 20 as the week (Semana Santa) progressed.
Boats of all shapes and sizes arrived -
both cruising boats and local boats,
jet skiis, wake boards, paddle boards, kayaks,
pangas towing inner tubes and bananas.
The campground on the beach filled up with
tents/camp kitchens/tarps/water toys/and families (many generations).
It was fun watching the numbers grow
 and all the locals enjoying the beach.

The Mexican Navy spent a few nights in the  Tenacatita anchorage with us and came to check our paperwork and take pictures. 

The estuary from the Tenacatita Bay anchorage to  what used to be the town of Tenacatita  is now cleared so dinghies and Pangas  can do the 30-45 minute trip. (Thanks to the local pangeros with help  from several work parties of cruisers.) This project was huge because many trees had fallen  across the passage during hurricane Patricia  and the mangroves had spread during the fi…