We moved the short distance to Marina Chahue in Huatulco, Mexico, and were tied up to the dock by 9AM.  There were lots of helpers on the dock to catch our lines and we ended up tied to our port side.  They also ran lines to the starboard finger to keep us off the dock in case of big swells.

Immigration soon showed up and checked us part way in… we need to walk to their office to finish the check in procedure after the paperwork with all the other offices is done, but they needed to check the boat for unlisted passengers; of course, we had none.

While we were waiting for other officials to arrive, Bill and I got the dinghy overboard so we could get the wind scoop up and we got one of the solar panels re-installed on the stern and the stern shade up (all things to make it more comfortable on board).  Bill also made copies of documents so that we would be ready for the next official.

Agriculture arrived next and checked out our food supplies, dried beans, rice, oatmeal and the items in our freezer and refrigerator.   All was deemed ok.

We are still waiting for Customs and the Port Captain and can not leave the boat until they finish.  It is now lunch time so it will probably be late this afternoon before we see them.   Paperwork may not get completed until tomorrow.