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1977 Peterson 37 | Karma

1977 Peterson 37 | Karma Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1980 Westerly 36 | Saurcy lady

1980 Westerly 36 | Saurcy lady Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

1989 PDQ 36

1989 PDQ 36 San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1986 Hylas 44

1986 Hylas 44 Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico

1978 Young Sun 43

1978 Young Sun 43 Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico

1979 Hardin 45 | Festima Lente

1979 Hardin 45 | Festima Lente Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1977 Pearson 36 | Decision

1977 Pearson 36 | Decision San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1974 Gulfstar 41

1974 Gulfstar 41 San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

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1979 Gulfstar 37 | Morning Star II

1979 Gulfstar 37 | Morning Star II Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1985 Mason 43.10 | Sapphire

1985 Mason 43.10 | Sapphire Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico

1977 Hardin 42 | SPELLBOUND

1977 Hardin 42 | SPELLBOUND Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico

1962 Vagabond 43 | At Ease

1962 Vagabond 43 | At Ease Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

1985 Westsail 43 | Deliverance

1985 Westsail 43 | Deliverance Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

1979 Perry 47 | Gone Nutz

1979 Perry 47 | Gone Nutz San Carlos Nuevo Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico

1984 J Boats 46 | Isa Rana

1984 J Boats 46 | Isa Rana Aventuras, Yucatan, Mexico

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60' Bertram 60 Convertible

  • 430,000 USD
  •   La Paz, BCS, Mexico

32' Westsail

40' bristol 40, 37' custom three keel trawler cruiser.

  • 165,002 USD
  •   Puerto Escondido, BCS, Mexico

46' Jefferson Cockpit Motoryacht

  • 119,000 USD

44' Leopard Catamaran

  • 460,000 USD

43' Island Hopper Sportfisher

  • 250,000 USD

47' Wellington Ketch

21.5' super panga, welcome to la paz yachts.

Meet the dynamic duo, Cindy Espinoza and Tom Murray, at the helm of our dedicated salesforce with over 18 years of experience navigating with cruisers  through the process of yacht ownership in Mexico. 

Our love for the sea now stretches across the enchanting anchorages of the Sea of Cortez, casting a net of broker representation in San Carlos-Guaymas, Puerto Escondido, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, Los Cabos, and La Paz.

As the premier yacht brokerage firm in the region, we specialize in the art of matching discerning buyers with high-quality pre-owned power boats and sailboats. 

We stay up to date in the latest regulatory documentation procedures for you to set sail on your yachting adventure with unwavering confidence and the ease of knowing that every detail is meticulously handled.

At La Paz Yachts, our commitment to your yachting journey goes beyond just matching you with the perfect vessel. We understand that yacht ownership involves a multitude of logistics and considerations. That’s why we offer a comprehensive suite of advisory services to assist you every step of the way. Need specialized workmanship or maintenance? We can connect you with skilled craftsmen who share our passion for perfection. Looking for a reliable haul-out facility or marine surveyor or boat delivery crew? Consider it done. With La Paz Yachts, you’re not just buying a boat; you’re gaining a dedicated partner to navigate the intricacies of yacht ownership.

So, whether you’re a seasoned sailor or dipping your toes into the world of yachting for the first time, we invite you to explore our listings, get in touch with us for personalized guidance, or subscribe to our newsletters for updates and inspiration. Your dream yacht and a thrilling maritime journey await with La Paz Yachts. Welcome aboard!

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What are the benefits of buying a boat in Mexico?

There are many reasons to buy your boat in paradise!

Boats in Mexico are better equipped and are proven cruising vessels. They have much more gear than many of their counterparts in the US that are outfitted only for day sailing. Compare the equipment lists of our boats with those of many of our US or Canadian equivalents and see that we bring you better value.

Purchasing a vessel in Mexico is an offshore purchase and may yield tax advantages. We are not in the tax business so we suggest you contact professionals in that area to ensure that you understand your obligations which can vary by state and country.

Our crew is made up of boat owners who have cruised the US, Canada and the west coast of Mexico. We have lived the cruising dream and have chosen to stay in our adopted country. We have gained first-hand knowledge of what it takes to outfit and maintain a boat for living aboard, coastal cruising, offshore sailing, day sailing, or fishing.

Can I get a survey done in Mexico?

YES! We work with several surveyors in each area, many of whom are also US or Canadian nationals. We work with people that have done surveys for clients before, so we know the quality of their work. If you are buying a vessel, the surveyor you choose will be working for you, ensuring that you get a vessel that has been properly inspected from bow to stern. Our certified surveyors work with US, Canadian and European insurance carriers on a regular basis. Current survey rates range from $10 to $14 per foot.  E-mail us for more details.

How does the boat-buying process work in Mexico?

If you see a boat that interests you,  contact us and let us know! Each boat has an ‘Inquire About This Boat’ button that will connect you directly with us so that you may ask questions about each boat. We will respond quickly to your inquiries and provide you with detailed information and assessments of the boats we have in inventory. Once you are ready to make an offer, we will work with you to draw up an “Offer to Purchase & Sales Agreement” which details the conditions and any contingencies of the purchase. Our brokers will work with you and the seller to come to a mutually acceptable price and terms. Upon the offer being accepted by the seller, the 10% deposit must be submitted to the title company noted below in Washington State. This amount is held in your name in a trust account.

My offer was accepted! What's next?

Once your offer is accepted, you will have a set period of time to complete the purchase transaction, normally 10 to 30 days. This period is used to satisfy any contingencies such as your personal inspection, the survey and the sea trial. Once all the contingencies have been satisfied, closing and documentation instructions are sent to Pacific Maritime Title (PMT) or Marine Documentation Service, Inc (MDSI). You will receive your new documentation from the US Coast Guard or Canada Ships Registry. Proper papers will be provided if registering under another flag. In the unlikely event that the contingencies are not met, the deposit in trust is returned to you.

Okay, I'm ready to come to Mexico. Where do I stay?

We are always happy to help with your accommodations and can provide you recommendations and directions on getting here by either air, land or sea. Let us know your preferences and we will make arrangements with our local contacts. We can even give you information on other “must see and do” activities in our home cities.

Can I get work done on my boat in Mexico?

Absolutely! La Paz, Mazatlán, San Carlos and Puerto Vallarta are very large cruising communities with multiple yards and marinas. Each city has virtually all the marine-related services and supplies that a boater would want – boat yards, marinas, chandleries and a wide range of marine professionals such as sailmakers, riggers, refrigeration and diesel mechanics, canvas & upholstery, boat maintenance workers. etc. Send us an e-mail at  [email protected]  and we will be happy to provide more information on the services that we recommend to our clients.

What do I need to know about boat insurance?

You must carry liability insurance on your vessel while you are in Mexican waters. All marinas will ask for proof of coverage, and some port captains may also require it. We work with reputable insurance brokers who can provide the coverage you need within Mexican, US or other international waters. Send us an email and we will give you recommendations for insurance companies that can assist you with your needs.

How do you handle titling and documentation service?

We use the services of Anacortes Marine Documentation (Anacortes, WA). They are the nation’s foremost providers of vessel documentation, preferred mortgage, state titling, and closing services for owners, buyers, brokers, dealers, lenders and attorneys. They also work with clients to prepare documents for registration outside of the US and Canada. They have provided our clients with excellent service for years.

We use the services of Pacific Maritime Title (Seattle, WA) or Marine Documentation Service, Inc (Anacortes, WA). They are the nation’s foremost providers of vessel documentation, preferred mortgage, state titling, and closing services for owners, buyers, brokers, dealers, lenders and attorneys. They also work with clients to prepare documents for registration outside of the US and Canada. They have provided our clients with excellent service for years.

How hard is it to find a slip for my boat?

There are slips readily available in all of our locations. Unlike many parts of the U.S. or Canada where slips are in short supply, there is availability throughout most of the year. During peak season when there are multiple events at the same time, such as regattas, fishing tournaments, or the seasonal launch and haul-out in the fall and spring, there may be a wait of a few days before you get the slip of your choice. In addition, storage of your boat “on the hard” can also be arranged. Send us an e-mail at  [email protected]  or give us a call. If you need more details and we can put you in touch with our local marina managers.

I have more questions. Can you help?

We respond quickly and courteously to all inquiries. Please  give us a call  or  email us  and we’ll be happy to help you out.

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"Gr8 Escape" will have you out sailing in style. She is just back from cruising the Sea of Cortez and just a couple months on the hard, for the summer season. With great headroo... (read more)

 


Isla Mujeres, MX
This 2005 Hunter 46LE is a well-maintained sailboat that is in great condition. We are the second owners and it has been well-cared for and never chartered. The boat has a spacious... (read more)

 


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Made in France and sailed by previous owner to Mexico Documented in USA with Mexican TIP Bottom to be painted November 13, 2023. I have 5 Gallons Hempel Olympic. Also have Pro... (read more)

 


Ensenada MX
This is a very rare Fred Amor 40 sailing vessel. Only 27 of these boats were made. Bahala Na was built in Richmond BC in 1982 at the Amor Shipyard. This is a fiberglass vessel with... (read more)

 


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Stock #283125 Reason for selling is Time for other activities! . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! This is a one-of-a-kind cruisin... (read more)

 


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"WaySheGoes II" is a 1988/2007 Cooper Yachts custom finished Canadian built Maple Leaf 45 yacht. The hull was was laid in 1988 for an executive with desires for his personalized cu... (read more)

 


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Stock #192932 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/192932 Reason for selling is Change of interest . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of o... (read more)

 


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Stock #339019 Reason for selling is Not Using . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! 1977 CSY 44 - Great cruising or liveaboard boat.... (read more)

 


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New & Used Yachts For Sale In Mexico

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164' Trinity Yachts 2012

$ 26,500,000

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144' Yucatan Yacht and Ship ELEVATOR EDITION - Pantera 44 2025

$ 21,000,000

Merida, Mexico

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114' Yucatan Yacht and Ship Pantera 35 2025

$ 15,000,000

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112' Leopard 2008

$ 1,250,000

Los Cabos, Mexico

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95' Azimut 95 2011

$ 3,290,000

Cancun, Mexico

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90' Offshore Yachts Voyager 2013

$ 3,990,000

Bara de Navidad, Mexico

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90' Sunseeker 2006

$ 2,680,000

CANCUN, Mexico

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86' Sunseeker 2019

$ 4,490,000

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80' Ferretti Yachts 80 1997

La Paz, Mexico

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80' Viking 80 Convertible 2020

$ 7,950,000

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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78' Azimut 78 Ultra 1994

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78' Garlington 78 Skybridge 2005

$ 2,950,000

San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico

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When looking for new, pre-owned, and used yachts for sale in Mexico, the amount of time it takes to narrow down exactly what you want can some times be intimidating. With so many manufacturers, models, and boat types, how do you begin to find the right yacht that meets your budget and your needs?

United Yacht Sales is the one-stop professional yacht brokerage that can navigate you through the frustrations and help you make the best decision possible when it comes to the purchase of your next boat. We can help you find the yacht for sale, set up the showings, help negotiate pricing, handle the yacht closing and everything else involved, and we do all of this so you are able simply sit back and to enjoy the process. Buying a yacht requires a significant investment and it is our goal to provide you with detailed information and professional guidance.

When searching for a yacht for sale, there are a plethora of options. The yachts on our website number over 7,000 listings, including yachts built by top brands such as Hatteras, Viking, Bertram, Sea Ray, Azimut, Sunseeker, Ferretti, and more. United can also help you find the best used center-console boat in Mexico from brands like Yellowfin, Contender, and more.

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Bronze Age Boat Sails as Replica Made Using 4,000-Year-Old 'Shopping List'

A 60-foot-long reproduction of a Bronze Age boat—of a type that was in use more than 4,000 years ago—has successfully set sail.

The replica vessel departed from the coast of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), covering a distance of 50 nautical miles in the Persian Gulf. With a crew of 20 people on board, it passed a number of rigorous tests over two days, reaching speeds of up to 5.6 knots.

The reconstructed "Magan" boat was designed and constructed by a multidisciplinary team of experts—including archaeologists and engineers—as part of a project led by Abu Dhabi's planned Zayed National Museum, in collaboration with Zayed University and New York University Abu Dhabi.

The goal of the experimental archaeology initiative, launched in 2021, is to shed light on how people in the region lived more than 4,000 years ago while also preserving the UAE's maritime heritage.

The boat was built with raw materials described on an ancient clay tablet, while experts employed construction techniques dating back more than 4,000 years. The vessel's design was based on ancient models, with a naval engineer determining an appropriate length, width and depth for the boat to ensure it would float while carrying cargo and crew.

"The smooth sailing of this reproduction of a 4,000-year-old Magan boat in the Arabian Gulf using materials known from ancient texts and archaeological evidence is a major milestone in the research program of Zayed National Museum," Peter Magee, director of the museum, told Newsweek .

"It is the culmination of years of research and collaboration with our partners, Zayed University and New York University Abu Dhabi, which will create new knowledge of maritime navigation and ancient trade routes. It's an incredibly proud moment for us," he said.

"We designed the ship using a combination of textual, iconographic and archaeological evidence from the region," Magee continued. "This includes an ancient clay tablet from Iraq listing a large quantity of materials, likely used as a shopping list for an active shipyard building. The shape of the vessel is based on ancient clay models found in Iraq."

Shipbuilders specializing in historical replicas worked closely with researchers to construct the boat using traditional hand tools and the raw materials described in the ancient clay tablet—which dates back to 2100 B.C.—such as goat hair for the sail and palm reeds for the outer hull.

"The clay tablet was discovered in the ancient site of Tello, southern Iraq," Magee said. "Written in Sumerian, one of the earliest known written languages, it depicts a shopping list of materials including four different types of wood, palm reeds, hides, goat hair, fish oil and bitumen."

The team used 15 tons of locally sourced reeds to fashion the outer hull of the boat. These reeds were soaked, stripped of their leaves, crushed and tied into long bundles using date palm fiber rope.

The reed bundles were attached to an internal structure of wooden frames and coated in bitumen, a black solid or viscous liquid derived from crude oil. This waterproofing technique was used in the region in ancient times.

The latest reconstruction is the largest of its kind ever attempted, according to the project. In ancient texts, these types of vessels were known as Magan boats, which was also the name for an ancient region that now encompasses the UAE and a part of Oman. Magan boats were renowned for their design and maritime capabilities, enabling trade with locations as far away as Mesopotamia (an ancient region centered on modern-day Iraq) and South Asia.

The reconstructed boat is based on a type of vessel used during the Umm an-Nar period, a Bronze Age culture that existed around 2600 to 2000 B.C. in Magan, according to Magee.

"Ships of this size and strength revolutionized trade between Magan and communities in Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley, allowing the passage of goods such as copper, semiprecious stones and textiles," Magee said.

The boat is safely stored in a purpose-built hangar. Visitors will have the opportunity to see it on display when the Zayed National Museum opens on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.

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The gods must be angry: Mexico ‘cancels’ statue of Greek god Poseidon after dispute with local deity

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — The gods must be angry — or just laughing at the hubris of humanity.

Authorities in Mexico have slapped a “closure” order on a 10-foot-tall (3-meter) aquatic statue of the Greek god of the sea Poseidon that was erected in May in the Gulf of Mexico just off the town of Progreso, Yucatan.

Mexico’s environmental protection agency said late Thursday that the statue, which appears to show an angry trident-wielding Poseidon “rising” from the sea a few meters from the beach, lacked permits. In the few months it has been up, tourists had gathered to take pictures of themselves with it as a striking background.

But it was symbolically “closed” Thursday — and could be removed altogether — after a group of activist lawyers filed a legal complaint saying the statue of the Greek offended the beliefs of local Maya Indigenous groups who prefer their own local god of water, known as Chaac.

It’s always been dangerous for humans to get involved in battles between deities. But this one appears to be all about present-day humanity, combining “cancel culture,” social media storms, lawsuits and the one truly fearsome, overpowering force in today’s world: Instagram selfie-fueled tourism .

True to form, Mexico social media users took to, well, social media, to crow about the decision, with at least a dozen posting slogans like “Chaac 1, Poseidon 0.”

There are arguments on both sides.

“Poseidon is a Greek god who is alien to our Maya culture,” according to the legal complaint filed recently against the statue. “I have a human right for my Maya culture to be preserved.”

Carlos Morales, whose Indigenous Strategic Litigation group brought the complaint, says he wants the Poseidon statue removed.

“I want Poseidon removed from the beach at Progreso because it is foreign to the Maya culture, and because it did not meet the requirements” of getting an environmental permits, he said.

Technically, under Mexican law, any building project that could alter the ecosystem must file impact statements and get approval, though the government routinely violates its own rules and often slaps the little-feared “closure” stickers on private projects long after the damage is already done.

The federal government, little known for its concern for the environment , appears to be responding more to pressure groups, which appears to be what happened this time around.

Mexico’s environmental protection agency “did nothing until we filed for a constitutional injunction,” Morales said. “Now they carried out a ‘closure’ action, which is pretty symbolic … because they were going to be embarrassed.”

Usually, the agency levies a fine or orders environmental studies, and then the project is allowed to continue. Only in rare cases do authorities order demolition or removal.

The office of environmental protection acknowledged that the Poseidon statue had been erected by the Progreso municipal government without proof of environmental impact studies. The office said it would “continue the administrative process (regarding the statue) to determine the appropriate actions.”

The town government was contacted for comment, but had not immediate reaction.

Critics of the statue cite a series of recent storms in and around the Gulf — Tropical Storm Alberto in June and Hurricane Beryl this week — as proof that Chaac, a fanged, hook-nose deity who isn’t quite as Instagram-friendly as Poseidon, is angry.

Defenders of the statue — which strikingly shows Poseidon’s body rising mightily from a relatively, calm, open stretch of water near the beach — also have their arguments, though they might not hold up as well in court: it’s pretty, and it’s good for business.

“It’s an attraction for our town and it draws attention,” said Lizeth Alvarado Juárez, 28, an employee at a hotel in Progreso. “There are people who come from Merida (the state capital) just to see the Poseidon.”

Concerns about the threat to Mayan culture are overblown, she said, noting that “the culture is doing fine.”

Battles between the gods just aren’t what they used to be. “It’s all about the memes,” Alvarado Juárez said.

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Hurricane Beryl strengthens back into a Category 3 storm as it nears Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula

Fishermen in Barbados on Wednesday were assessing the damage caused to their vessels after Hurricane Beryl swept through the southeast Caribbean. (AP video/Ricardo Mazalan)

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Hurricane Beryl strengthened to Category 5 status late Monday after it ripped doors, windows and roofs off homes across the southeastern Caribbean with devastating winds and storm surge fueled by the Atlantic’s record warmth.

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Hurricane Beryl was roaring by Jamaica, bringing fierce winds and heavy rain after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least six people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean. (AP video shot by Henly Trail)

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Soldiers ask a tourist to evacuate Mirador beach ahead of Hurricane Beryl’s expected arrival in Tulum, Mexico, Thursday, July 4, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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TULUM, Mexico (AP) — After leaving a trail of destruction across the eastern Caribbean and at least nine people dead, Hurricane Beryl strengthened back into a Category 3 storm late Thursday as it chugged over open water toward Mexico’s resort-studded Yucatan Peninsula.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Beryl, which was the earliest Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic , now had winds of 115 mph (185 kph ) after weakening earlier Thursday.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador issued a statement saying Beryl may make a direct hit on Tulum, which, while smaller than Cancun, still holds thousands of tourists and residents.

“It is recommendable that people get to higher ground, shelters or the homes of friends or family elsewhere,” López Obrador wrote. “Don’t hesitate, material possessions can be replaced.”

Jack Beven, senior hurricane specialist at the U.S. Hurricane Center, said “the biggest immediate threat now that the storm is moving away from the Cayman Islands is landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula.”

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The storm’s center was about 135 miles (220 kilometers) east-southeast of Tulum, Mexico, and was moving west-northwest at 16 mph (about 26 kph), the hurricane center said.

Beryl was expected to bring heavy rain and winds to Mexico’s Caribbean coast, before crossing the Yucatan peninsula and restrengthening in the Gulf of Mexico to make a second strike on northeast Mexico.

As the wind began gusting over Tulum’s white sand beaches on Thursday afternoon, four-wheelers with megaphones rolled along the sand telling people to leave. Tourists snapped photos of the growing surf, but military personnel urged them to leave as Beryl headed to an expected landfall around Tulum early Friday.

Over the past days, Beryl has damaged or destroyed 95% of homes on a pair of islands in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, jumbled fishing boats in Barbados and ripped off roofs in Jamaica before rumbling past the Cayman Islands early Thursday.

Mexico’s popular Caribbean coast prepared shelters, evacuated some small outlying coastal communities and even moved sea turtle eggs off beaches threatened by storm surge .

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In Playa del Carmen, most businesses were closed Thursday and some were boarding up windows as tourists jogged by and some locals walked their dogs under sunny skies. In Tulum, authorities shut things down and evacuated beachside hotels.

Francisco Bencomo, General manager of Hotel Umi in Tulum said all of their guests had left. “With these conditions, we’ll be completely locked down,” he said, adding there were no plans to have guests return before July 10th.

“We’ve cut the gas and electricity. We also have an emergency floor where two maintenance employees will be locking down,” he said from the hotel. “We have them staying in the room farthest from the beach and windows.”

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“I hope we have the least impact possible on the hotel, that the hurricane moves quickly through Tulum, and that it’s nothing serious,” he said.

Tourists were also taking precautions. Lara Marsters, 54, a therapist visiting Tulum from Boise, Idaho, said “this morning we woke up and just filled all of our empty water bottles with water from the tap and put it in the freezer … so we will have water to flush the toilet.”

“We expect that the power will go out,” Marsters said. “We’re going to hunker down and stay safe.”

Myriam Setra, a 34-year-old tourist from Dallas, Texas was having a sandwich on the beach earlier Thursday, saying “figured we’d get the last of the sun in today, too. And then it’s just going to be hunker down and just stay indoors until hopefully it passes.”

But once Beryl re-emerges into the Gulf of Mexico a day later, forecasters say it is again expected to build to hurricane strength and could hit right around the Mexico-U.S. border, at Matamoros. That area was already soaked in June by Tropical Storm Alberto.

Velázquez said temporary storm shelters were in place at schools and hotels but efforts to evacuate a few highly exposed villages — like Punta Allen, which sits on a narrow spit of land south of Tulum — and Mahahual, further south — had been only partially successful.

Beryl’s worst damage appeared to be behind it. Its eye wall brushed by Jamaica’s southern coast on Wednesday afternoon while on Thursday morning, telephone poles and trees were blocking the roadways in Kingston.

Authorities confirmed a young man died on Wednesday after he was swept into a storm water drain while trying to retrieve a ball. A woman also died after a house collapsed on her.

Residents took advantage of a break in the rain to begin clearing debris.

Sixty percent of the island remained without electricity, along with a lack of water and limited telecommunications. Government officials were assessing the damage, but it was hampered by the lack of communication, mainly in southern parishes that suffered the most damage.

Some 1,432 people remained in shelters in Jamaica, like Desrine Campbell, a resident of the low-lying community of Old Harbour Bay, who wailed, “My house is almost flooded!”

Nearby, Carlton Golding said ruefully, “I lost everything this time.” Golding’s house was totally destroyed by the hurricane, the second time that he has suffered damage from storms.

In the south-central parish of Clarendon, residents attempted to mend damaged roofs and clear downed trees. Many roadways in the area remained partially blocked from downed electricity and telecommunication poles.

The premier of the Cayman Islands, Juliana O’Connor, thanked residents and visitors Thursday for contributing to the “collective calm” ahead of Beryl by following storm protocols.

Michelle Forbes, the St. Vincent and Grenadines director of the National Emergency Management Organization, said that about 95% of homes in Mayreau and Union Island have been damaged by Hurricane Beryl.

Three people were reported killed in Grenada and Carriacou and another in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, officials said. Three other deaths were reported in northern Venezuela, where four people were missing, officials said.

One fatality in Grenada occurred after a tree fell on a house, Kerryne James, the environment minister, told The Associated Press.

Separately, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Thursday that Tropical Storm Aletta had formed in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico’s coast. Aletta, which was located about 190 miles (310 kilometers) from Manzanillo and had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 kph), was forecast to head away from land and dissipate by the weekend.

Myers reported from Kingston, Jamaica. Associated Press writers Renloy Trail in Kingston, Jamaica; Mark Stevenson, María Verza and Mariana Martínez Barba in Mexico City; Coral Murphy Marcos in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Lucanus Ollivierre in Kingstown, St. Vincent and Grenadines, contributed to this report.

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2 killed, 3 injured when SUV collides with bulldozer in Ogden Canyon

By collin leonard, ksl.com | updated - july 6, 2024 at 8:15 p.m. | posted - july 6, 2024 at 2:13 p.m., two people were killed and three others injured when an suv collided with a bulldozer being transported up ogden canyon on saturday afternoon. (utah highway patrol).

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OGDEN — Two people died and three others have been transported to the hospital after a collision Saturday afternoon shut down Ogden Canyon Road.

At about 1 p.m., an SUV towing a boat was headed east up the narrow canyon road when it collided with a bulldozer being transported on the back of a truck heading the opposite direction, Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Jared Heywood said. The bulldozer fell off the truck and into the SUV, he said.

Details as to what caused the bulldozer to come off the truck were not immediately available.

The canyon road, state Route 39, was closed for several hours but has since reopened.

The identities of the deceased victims have not been released, but Heywood said the three people taken to the hospital had non-life-threatening injuries.

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