We are in Los Suenos, waiting for doing some repairs and waiting for Ted, the first true professional mariner to join our crew. Apparently two months on a ro-ro was not enough sea time for him, as he is running from Los Suenos to Cabo with us.
Los Suenos is where the rich guys keep their boats.
I mean really, really, really rich guys. The founder of Jimmy Johns has a 90ish custom sportfisher here.
He and his groupies are a fixture in the dockside bar.
There is a lot of oil $$ boats here.
One guy has his mega yacht here, his mothership with 100,000 gallons of fuel, his 70ish custom sportfisher (towed behind the monthership) and a 60' custom sportfisher.
When Westport Yachts was not taking care of his yacht needs to his liking, he bought them. This guy is serious about his boating and has the billions to back it.
Besides the ridiculous boats, there is not much else to do here.
There are tons of bored crew (every yacht has a full time crew) who have been very helpful.
They steered us towards a great HVAC guy who fixed our AC (bad water pump) and is fixing our fish boxes (freon leaks).
We saw the first and last Henriques we will likely see on this trip, a 38' from NJ.
We are itching to get out of here and will be headed to Papagayo Marina on Friday.