Gustavo Espinoza reiterated the call to tourists and local bathers to locate the booths and lifeguards when they go to a beach area
Mazatlan. – This Saturday, the Commander of the Aquatic Police, Gustavo Espinoza, announced that the beaches of Mazatlán are already open to bathers, although, with moderation, that is, with restrictions in some areas since high tide continues to be registered.
He mentioned that the Port Authority issued this morning the opening of the port to smaller vessels so that water activities and walks can also be resumed.
He explained that, in some hotels in the golden zone, the waves still hit their structures, so the lifeguards are guiding the bathers.
Gustavo Espinoza reiterated the call to tourists and local swimmers to locate the booths and lifeguards when they go to a beach area, to ask if the area is safe or where they should go to avoid risks when enjoying the sea.
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