Sailing

Considered experts in organising crossings to and from Colombia and the San Blas Islands, we can assist in making your bookings with the most reputable captains. Review our upcoming sailing dates at the bottom of this page.

SV Luka Captain: Beata (Polish)

       This strong and sturdy 56ft Mikado Ketch is operated by experienced crew and captain and offers 3 days in the idyllic San Blas Islands where you can swim and fish. The boat can sleep up to 14 people so there is always a diverse bunch of people onboard to have fun with. All meals, snacks and fruit, water, tea and coffee included. Price: $550

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SV Mintaka Captain: Manfred and his wife Petra (German)

          Mintaka is a custom built 46 ft sloop and Manfred and Petra provide an excellent and professional experience. This 6 day trip offers passage for a maximum of 8 guests to ensure plenty of room and starts with a group dinner onboard. Plenty of time is available to stop and swim, snorkel and visit the Kuna villages in the San Blas islands before arriving in Cartagena. This boat boasts its own professional fishing gear and a lobster dinner! Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all prepared by a professional chef onboard the boat.

Price: $550 US

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Catamaran Santana Captain: Gisbert (German)

          This spacious and comfortable 50ft catamaran can sleep upt to 15 people and has been described as a ‘floating hostel’. Captain Gisbert is ready to make this an unforgettable experience for his passengers and will keep your stomachs full with his excellent cooking. The large deck means there’s room to sunbathe and there is plenty of time to relax, swim and explore the Kuna Islands. Price:$550 US

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SY Wild Card Captain: John

         Captain John starts in Portobelo or in Puerto Lindo, Panama with his 60ft comfortable and safe Sailing boat and is so sturdy it’s often a good choice for people with sea sickness. There is plenty of space inside and on deck. John provides very good food , a lot of fun and adventure. The boat stays 2 days in San Blas and takes 2 days to sail on to Cartagena, Colombia directly. He takes 15 passengers and up to 4 motorbikes on his voyage. 5 days on board – all meals and all fees included. Price: $550 US

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SV Rose Ellen Captain: John

        Rose Ellen is a 75ft sailboat and can comfortably sleep 17 in individual bunks which come with their own fan. She has plenty of space in the lagoon and on deck for socialising and chilling out, plus  The Rose Ellen is captained by John who has an excellent reputation and great experience sailing San Blas. 5 day, 4 night trip. Price: $550 US

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Catamaran Anapa Captain: Steffen

         This well maintained 41ft Catamaran has enough space for 10 people and boasts 3 double cabins with queen sized beds which come with their own bathroom with toilet and shower. Snorkeling and fishing gear is kept onboard for guests to enjoy around the San Blas and there is plenty of room in the salon and spacious deck area. 3 meals a day, tea, coffee and water are all included in the price. Price: $550 US

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Catamaran Swala Captain: Bernard (French)

         This beautiful 42 feet catamaran was built for stability and comfort and has 4 double berths and 2 single berths. Departing from Portobelo, this trip includes 3 hearty meals a day with plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit and lasts for 4 days sailing through the San Blas Islands and then on to Cartagena. There is also the option to organise private charters with Bernard from $175 per person per day (min. 4 days). Price: $550 US

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Sailing Times

Panama to Colombia:

9th of June – still space available

15th of June – still space available

23 of June – still space available

27th of June – still space available

30th of June – still space available

13th of July – still space available

18th of July – still space available

28 of July – still space available

3rd of August – still space available

4th of Aug.  still space available

15th of Aug. – still space available

18th of Aug. – still space available

31rst of Aug. – still space available

5th of Sept. – still space available

8th of Sept. – still space available

 

Colombia to Panama:

 

2nd of June – still space available

8th of June – still space available

20th of June – still space available

23rd of June – still space available

3rd of July – still space available

6th of July – still space available

11th of July – still space available

21rst of July -still space available

27th of July – still space available

 

8th of Aug.  still space available

11th of Aug.  still space available

24th of Aug.  still space available

29th of Aug.  still space available

31th of Aug.  still space available

8th of Sept. – still space available

12th of Sept. – still space available

 

 

 

 

 

 

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