What a way to end our time in South America, sailing through the San Blas Islands with these awesome travellers from all over the world! So much to learn from someone by simply turning up, being present and connecting.
Our days on this sailboat from Cartagena to Panama and island hopping through the San Blas Islands were dreamy. Five full days living completely off the grid, living the simple life, eating delicious food made by the best chef in Colombia. Snorkeling the coral reefs, relaxing and exploring the beaches and islands with the water oh so clear.
@two_curious_kiwis 29th of May 2019
Sometimes the more difficult tasks in life leed us to the more mesmerising experiences. By pushing ourselves past our comfort zone we can be amazed at what we find.
Life is meant to be lived and experienced. Not just to stay in one place.
Come, join us on an island hopping sailing adventure through the paradise of the San Blas Islands, Panamá.
Best boat from Colombia to Panama.
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Where every hour brings more happiness.
Here we go again!
Currently in Cartagena, Colombia heading off to the gorgeous San Blas Islands of Panamá.
Would you like to share in the adventure of this once in a life time experience?
Just do it!
On a boat Panama to Colombia
Stars in the sky, bio luminescent in the sea, dolphins playing around and a gentle breeze fills the sails. Just magic!
Here we go again, next stop Paradise.
Do you want enjoying with us this amazing adventure through the island paradise of San Blas?
Join us on a sailboat trip from Panama to Colombia via uninhabited Islands in San Blas. Or visa versa. Aboard our beautiful, classic, comfortable and safe sailboat Ave Maria.
Just do it!
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Having spent the last 10+ years in and around the Archipelago de San Blas. We have found some fabulous snorkeling locations that we will visit with you during your sailing adventure on Ave Maria. Our classic boat Panama to Colombia
We will anchor just by some gorgeous little islands surrounded by azul waters, pristine coral reefs and an abundance of aquatic life. Just relax and enjoy the view while you immerse yourself in the underwater paradise. On this sailing adventure from Panama to Cartagena
“Smell the sea,
and feel the sky.
Let your soul and spirit fly.”
So usually we run a policy of what happens on the boat stays on the boat. Though this was just too funny not to share. On this Boat Panama to Colombia.
During our last fabulous trip sailing from Cartagena to Panama we arrive and anchored at this island a little after dark. While some of the passengers were blissfully sleeping.
Shortly before sunrise one of the girls who had been sleeping when we arrive woke Sindry saying; ‘we are heading straight for an island and no one is driving’
Sindry told her that every thing is ok we have stopped traveling.
After while she returned quite concerned saying that the boat was moving and we are going to sail straight into the island.
Little did she realise that the sails had all been packed away. The engine was switched off and the anchor was down. Oops!
Lots of giggles over breakfast and a great day ahead.
The sand may brush off.
The tans may fade and the salt may wash clear.
But the memories will last forever.
Boat Colombia to Panama via the San Blas Islands or vice versa. Join us on a sailing adventure in paradise.
Every few weeks we are departing from Portobelo, Panama. A quaint little seaside village with an interesting historical past.
It is the most convenient departure point for your trip on a boat Panama to Colombia. As buses depart from Panama City every half hour bound for Portobelo. Costing only $5 per person.
Sailing to Cartagena via uninhabited island in San Blas. This 5 night trip on a boat Panama to Colombia is a fabulous sailing adventure not to be missed.
We hope to see you aboard soon!
Another group of Happy Travelers arriving in Cartagena after an awesome sailing trip from Panama to Colombia.
Sailing in San Blas
We experienced 3 delightful days anchored by the sun kissed, coconut palm lined beaches of our favourite uninhabited islands in paradise. Each day after breakfast we weighed anchor and sailed a short distance to a different island where we swam, explored and relaxed.
Each night after dinner a beach bonfire was enjoyed by all with some choosing to sleep in hammocks under the stars on the island … sensational.
On the second day I gathered firewood and cooked up the famous all you can eat bbq buffet.
A great trip, with a great group of people!
Oh and by the way. Once again no one was sea sick. It was a very comfortable ride across the Caribbean Sea on this sailboat from Panama to Colombia.