Sea of Cortez
The Gulf is thought to be one of the most diverse seas on the planet, and is home to more than 5,000 species of macro-invertebrates. Baja California itself is actually one of the longest, most isolated peninsulas in the world, second only to the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Sea of Cortez has been attempted to be crossed by relays (Night Train Swimmers) and solo swimmers (Paul Lundgren). Vito Bialla, Richard Earnst, Susan Moody, Mauricio Prieto, Luane Rowe and Antonio Argüelles will attempt an 88-mile (141.6 km) charity swim and relay across the Sea of Cortez in Mexico on 1 June 2014.
- Swimming Solo Across The Sea Of Cortez
- Paul Lundgren Sea of Cortez Swim
- Night Train Swimmers
- Macro Concerns In Cortez, Coastally Locked Wave
- Sea Of Cortez 2.0, New Version By Paul Lundren
- Man vs. Beasts In The Sea Of Cortez
- Paul Lundgren's Transformation Off The Grid Into The Wild
- Paul Lundgren Puts His Handprint On Training
- Expect The Unexpected Déjà Vu
- Cold Concludes Cortez
- It Was The Story Of His Lifetime
- 6 To Go 88 Across Sea Of Cortez