Cabo San Lucas

I am cruising into Cabo San Lucas on the Westerdam Oct. 5th 2014 , I am not sure if we will stop there, photo of the tender pier in Cabo after the storm

 

Tags:

10 Answers

The income from tourist dollars is vital to the area so, if at all possible, they’ll find a way.  We visited Cozumel shortly after a hurricane once (the docks had been destroyed so we were tendered in) and the locals were extremely grateful for any and all business.

Cabo Photo

 

Cabo Photo

 

I cruised into the Sea of Cortes a day after a storm in 2003 on the Ryndam.  Some of the beaches and stores were trashed and closed but the majority of town was open for business and happy to have the ship come in.  In Laredo they even had the school kids put on a show for the ship in the town square. Town will be as open as possible.

 

In Cabo I like The Giggling Marlin bar.  I have hung upside down from my feet with the bartender holding me up and pouring shots into me.    Kind of hard to swallow upside down,  but it was fun and great for a photo opp. Cabo is a fishing and drinking kind of town.  

 

Hope you have a great time in Cabo or enjoy the ship when most people go on shore that day.  Either way you will have a great day.

I have been there a few times , a fun place

 

Cabo cruise ship tender pier , after the storm

 

Senor Frogs Cabo Marina

 

Giggling Marlin is open now

 

Cruising in 6 days , they are waiting for us in Cabo San Lucas

 

It may be the only chair they have left. Just kidding.   In the time from the storm most places will be back in business, they can not afford to loose cruise ship business.

Reply

*Cruiseline.com is not a booking agent or travel agency, and does not charge any service fees to users of our site. Our partners (travel agencies and cruise lines) provide prices, which we list for our users' convenience. Cruiseline.com does not guarantee any specific rates or prices. While prices are updated daily, please check with the booking site for the exact amount. Cruiseline.com is not responsible for content on external web sites.

Back to Top