Isla Mujeres

Moonstone of Aberdour
Allan and Claire Foster
Tue 21 Feb 2017 01:30
“21:13.986N 86:44.238W”
Our trip north was fast but mainly uneventful and as we became abeam of Cozumel we decided to plough on towards Isla Mujeres. 
There was a strong tail current and wind that were making the sea lumpy and by midnight we were both getting tired of the heavy rolling.  We turned in towards the south west side of Isla Mujeres from the ocean only to find the channel lights rather confusing (probably because we were so tired) and decided to come in behind Punta was the right decision!  By now it was past midnight but we found our way to anchor just off the Hotel El Presidente in perfectly calm waters.  The next morning we made the short trip across to Isla Mujeres and tonight, after a day with Immigration, Customs, Health, Agriculture and the Port Captain were are anchored in the inner lagoon, safely tucked in, in readiness for Wednesday’s forecasted strong west winds.