The Sonora Arizona Commission will be held in Puerto Penasco, aka Rocky Point Mexico beginning November 30. As Jorge Valdez, Municipal Economic Development Director of Puerto Penasco, states, the Commission meeting should encourage greater economic growth in this region. We hope to see an agreement between AZ Governor Doug Ducey, and Sonora’s Governor Claudia Pavlovich that will describe an ongoing working relationship.
There are multiple meetings during the Sonora Arizona Commission, with a Real Estate meeting that typically is of interest to local realtors. Purchasing property in Mexico is of interest to many US citizens. Buying beachfront property on the Sea of Cortez is a privilege many Americans enjoy. For more information on buying property in Mexico, see the website http://www.RockyPointJohn.com
We are hoping for an update to the Home Port Construction in Rocky Point as a result of the meetings, which begin on November 30 and last through Dec 1. This would be amazing news for Rocky Point, as this would be the only Home Cruise Port to be built in Mexico. With cruisers coming from Arizona, New Mexico, California, and all the Southwestern states of the US, as well as people from Sonora Mexico, this will be a terrific port of departure.
Cruising the Sea of Cortez
The Sea of Cortez is a fabulous cruise destination by itself. With an abundance of Sea Life and cultural ports emphasizing some of the quaint smaller ports in Mexico, cruisers can also enjoy access to cruises that head toward the Pacific. One of our favorite ports was Laredo, a small Colonial city with amazing people, culture, crafts, and food. Another favorite port on our Sea of Cortez cruise was Topalabompo which afforded us the opportunity to take a train tour up to the Copper Canyon. Larger than the US Grand Canyon, the Copper Canyon was beautiful and the indigenous people were friendly and talented, showing us their native dances and crafts.