“There is nothing quite like exploring the Sea of Cortez by yacht, and our BookBaja fleet provides a dichotomy of escaping yet connecting at the same time,” says Kent Harrington, founder of BookBaja.com.
The company offers a selection of Mexico’s most lavish yacht charters—think luxurious furnishings, private chefs, curated excursions, helipads, and even a Turkish Hammam. Each is managed by carefully vetted staff who understand the unique needs of discerning and adventurous travelers.
While BookBaja.com has 16 yachts available, its two most popular may be Rule No. 1 and La Datcha.
Rule No. 1 is a 130 ft. Westport featuring a brand new 2022 refit, making it an ideal Baja adventure yacht perfect for exploring the most desolate parts of the peninsula in luxury. There are five guest rooms, a bar and dining table on each of the top three decks, workout equipment to turn the bridge deck into a private gym, and a hot tub to soak in on the sundeck—perfect for taking in the magic landscape where rugged mountains meet the ocean.
La Datcha superyacht has an elevator and helipad, a fully serviced gym, Jacuzzi on deck, a wellness center with a Turkish Hammam, and a dedicated treatment room.
The stunning yachts and spectacular service are rivaled only by the area itself.
“I always say Baja is a time machine,” Harrington says. “It is like the region has been suspended in the early 1900s and it is the coolest thing to show travelers. What also makes Baja special is the geography and proximity to some major bucket list experiences. Travelers in the west can drive six hours from San Diego and be swimming with whale sharks or hop on a 90-minute flight from Los Angeles and be swimming in turquoise waters, hike dormant volcanoes, and swim with dolphins.