December 7, 2016: The wee hours saw some breezes from the SSW of about 12-17 knots that quickly decreased to the 10-12 knot range. By sunrise the bay was calm. Conditions were much lighter throughout Agua Verde than had been forecast for the region, which was lucky for the anchored fleet. One less-than-cool sailboat arrived, anchored unsafely, and refused to reanchor when asked, forcing two other sailboats to relocate and a third boat - The Fox - to shorten scope significantly.
This is generally not the way to go about cruising, because if there is any one thing that is certain, it is that no matter how near or far you travel, you will encounter the same boats over and over and over again. So, protip: please not to be a jackwagon, thanks ever so much!